We have JBPM 6.4 running on EAP 6.4 on Openshift, and a gluster volume mounted at
/opt/data. The EAP additional system properties are configured as follows:
And the maven settings file uses
/opt/data/jbpm-maven-repo as the local repo.
I have created a new repository and a new project. When I try to create a new 'Business Process' from the 'New Item' menu, the 'package' list is non-functional and doesn't let me choose anything. When I click 'OK' to save the business process, I get the following error: 'Path in which to create new resource is missing. Please enter.'.
The JBPM GUI is so slow it's unusable.
I've switched the niogit data dir to use NFS, and performance is fine. The issue seems to be related to gluster specifically.
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