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From David Jencks <>
Subject Re: list-targets command
Date Fri, 02 Dec 2005 21:48:35 GMT
You could start by just trying 2 config stores.  Add another one to the 
j2ee-system plan and rebuild everything.  If the server starts we can 
start worrying about how to put stuff there:-)

I'm very interested in using the geronimo repo as the immutable config 
store: for at least gbean-only configurations I think packed car files 
will work fine.  The MavenConfigStore n the packaging plugin may be 
repurposable for this.

david jencks

On Dec 2, 2005, at 12:12 PM, toby cabot wrote:

> On Mon, Nov 21, 2005 at 02:24:48PM -0500, Aaron Mulder wrote:
>> You could in theory have multiple config-stores, for example one
>> read-only containing some core modules that are never supposed to
>> change and one read-write for new deployments.  However we haven't
>> tested that adequately and I'm not convinced it would really work
>> properly right now.  I believe we do intend to make this work
>> eventually, I just don't think it's on the very short-term horizon.
> This could be very useful in my application.  Currently I've got
> geronimo running from a read-only partition which works great since
> the runtime configuration never changes, but it would be great to be
> able to put a configuration store in /var and deploy new applications
> there.
> How can I help?  Given some pointers as to what's there (and maybe
> what's not) I'd be willing to poke around and see what works and what
> doesn't.
> Thanks,
> Toby

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