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Thanks for getting back to me.
Sadly I can't reproduce the issue on my local Cloud Foundry instance, so I
suspect the issue has something to do with the state of the client's CF's
blob store, their version of CF, or some peculiarity of the .war.
The behaviour I'm seeing is quite odd.
There is a subdirectory called "conf" in the .war file. If I make any
changes inside this directory, they are not reflected after an app push,
even if I delete the app beforehand. If I make changes anywhere else in the
.war, the changes are take effect. If I rename "conf" to "conf-new", the
change *is* effected.
I've tried this on two completely separate Cloud Foundry instances (PCF
1.3.3) and get the same result. Both have 'seen' older versions of the war.
CF_TRACE shows that in the resource matching request all 12,000-odd files
are submitted. The response is significantly smaller, and does not include
any of the files from the "conf" directory.
Any suggestions on where to look for more clues?
On Thu, Jun 11, 2015 at 2:20 PM, Daniel Mikusa <dmikusa(a)pivotal.io> wrote:
On Thu, Jun 11, 2015 at 7:42 AM, Daniel Jones <
Hi all,Seems odd. Every time you stage an app, you should get a copy of the
If one pushes a .war containing files outside of WEB-INF, deletes the
app, then pushes a new version where those files outside of WEB-INF have
been changed, these changes are not reflected in the running app. Is this
expected behaviour? The buildpack is forked, from commit 71ab82a
latest app bits (i.e. what was pushed up by cf). If you're not getting the
latest set of files, I don't think that would be a build pack problem. The
DEA should provide the build pack with the latest set of your files, if
it's not I don't think there's much the build pack can do about it.
I was just about to go about creating a repeatable test case and raisingA test case would be a good idea. You could post it here, I'd be happy to
a GitHub issue, but figured it'd be best to check that this isn't the way
it's *supposed* to work.
play around with it. Steps to repro would also be helpful.
For the record I realise that resources should be in WEB-INF by
convention, but the users where I am are expecting feature parity with
non-CF Tomcat which unpacks the whole .war.
Many thanks in advance,
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