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[equinox-dev] Building up of .lzay and .state files ?
- From: Ivan <xhhsld@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 27 Jul 2011 09:05:57 +0800
- Delivered-to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi, while using Equonix, I found that the number of files like .lazy and .state are increasing once after some bundle operations. After checking the store manager, it seems that it only needs to keep the latest file, so I am wondering why the old lazy and .state files are not removed once the new ones are used. Is it by design ? Or is there some way to configure equonix to remove those files on the runtime ?
Also, I found a property named osgi.embedded.cleanupOnOpen is used to clean up those temp files on the start up, while the framework will fail to start up if I manually removed the cache folder, as it always try to lock a file. It looks to me that it is a bug ?