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From Brett Porter <br...@apache.org>
Subject Re: pom upload issue
Date Fri, 07 Jan 2011 05:51:05 GMT
I can't think of what might cause this - we've certainly not seen it.

Is the corrupted version stuck and needs to be removed from the repo? Disk space issues? Have
you tried changing the POM to see how that impacts the behaviour?

Cheers,
Brett

On 05/01/2011, at 10:30 PM, new_user_on_forum wrote:

> 
> 
> Our Maven project is a multi-module set up with approximately 20 modules.
> I have noticed an issue whereby a project will fail to build as a dependent
> project has a mal-formed pom uploaded into the repo and so Maven will fail
> with an error stating that it was expecting closing tags etc.
> 
> Looking at the pom in the version control system the pom is well formed and
> valid.
> 
> The issue arises when Continuum is installing the artifacts into the repo
> after a sucessful build. The pom is written to the repo is its entirity and
> then a chunk of the pom is removed leaving only a file of size 4096 bytes.
> Interestinly we have poms of size > 4096 bytes that always are sucessfully
> uploaded into the repo by Continuum.
> 
> I have opened in the pom in a hex editor and see no 'bad' character at the
> 4096k position in the file.
> This issue does not present itself when building on the command line with
> maven.
> I don't see any issues in the Continuum log file to indicate that there has
> been a problem.
> 
> We are using version 1.3.6 build 919943.
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> 

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