Size of VFS folder under temp directory is getting increased.
The size of the
tmpdirectory is constantly increasing.
tmp/vfstwo new directories for temp and deployment get created during every restart.
Note this issue occurs because we use the
-Xrsoption of the JVM option. (This option helps to prevent possible interference when JVM is running as a service and receives CTRL_LOGOFF_EVENT or SIGHUP)
In JBoss tmp/vfs grows each day and fills up the disk. Is there a way to remove the content of tmp/vfs?
Will removing the contents of temp/vfs cause any issues?
Noticed that in all our 6.0.1 environments, the standalone/tmp file space is filling up with the vfs directory taking up all the space. We cannot upgrade to 6.1, is there any workaround in EAP 6.0.1?
Is there any CLI commands to clean the old temp files or any other alternative way to clean these old temp and data files?
- Having problems due to JBoss temporal files taking a lot of disk space. Is it safe to delete tmp directories manually from JBoss EAP 6.2?
- After deploying the applications temporary file generating accordingly. How to clear those temporary files building with the deploed applications to release the space from unwanted temporary files?
- Accumulation of old deployment artefacts. We've noticed that we accumulate old deployments and configuration history within the JBoss home directory, specifically in
\standalone\configuration\standalone_xml_history. Is this expected behaviour?
- Files related for deployment and other temporary items are created in standalone/tmp/vfs. What is the best way to clean these up? We tried adding a policy at startup for evicting temp files within the standalone.xml: TimedPolicyCaching.lifetime=1440 however it did not have an effect.
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- Red Hat JBoss Operations Network (JON)
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