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From "Bob Schellink (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Resolved: (CLK-418) Tomcat redeployment JAR locking
Date Sun, 11 Jul 2010 08:55:49 GMT


Bob Schellink resolved CLK-418.

    Resolution: Cannot Reproduce

I haven't run into this issue in a long time so we can close it for now.

> Tomcat redeployment JAR locking
> -------------------------------
>                 Key: CLK-418
>                 URL:
>             Project: Click
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: core
>    Affects Versions: 1.5 RC2
>         Environment: Tomcat 5.5.25, Click 1.5-M2, JDK 1.5, click-examples
>            Reporter: Malcolm Edgar
> I am seeing intermitt Tomcat auto deployment issues, where there is a lock on a JAR in
click-examples/WEB-INF/lib/ which cannot be deleted. 
> This issue occurs regularly for a period and then does not occur at all.  The JAR being
locked on is fairly random.  Sometimes spring-*.jar or log4*.jar
> To fix this issue you stop Tomcat, delete the click-examples directory, and then restart
Tomcat. This is not a good development experience.
> This Tomcat behaviour is similar to CLK-82 when Click was scanning the classpath for
files named "/click-controls.xml". In these cases however the JAR being locked on was always
> Commenting out XmlConfigService#deployFilesInJars() fixes this issue as does setting
antiResourceLocking="true" in the click-examples/META-INF/context.xml
> <Context
>    path="/click-examples" 
>    reloadable="true"
>    antiJARLocking="true"
>    antiResourceLocking="true">
>    <ResourceLink 
>       name="users" 
>       global="UserDatabase"
>       type="org.apache.catalina.UserDatabase"/>
> </Context>
> I can see two solutions to this problem. First is we heavily document deployment options
on application servers:
> * Tomcat set    antiJARLocking="true" and  antiResourceLocking="true"
> * WebLogic unpack any click resources into your web applications /click directory before
> The other option is to make this configurable JAR deployment configurable:
>   <click-app deploy-jar-resources="true">
>   ..
>   </click-app>
> Otherwise we will get continual issues raised about Tomcat hot deployment.
> Note this issue does not occur on JBoss as they create a new webapp instance each time
you deploy an application.  This is a mode you can use in Tomcat as well (since JBoss uses
Tomcat internally) but it is not the default Tomcat configuration.

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