Talend Container deploy

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Talend Container deploy

I´ve been testing different services and seems that some of them still are avaliable even they are not in the deploy folder. 

 

1.- Is it possible that some of the services are still running even if i restart the TALEND CONTAINER service?

 

2.- If i store them in a subfolder inside the deploy folder, Will the TALEND CONTAINER use them or only the ones that are in deploy?

 

 


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Re: Talend Container deploy

I solved the problem doing a clean deploy. Just had to wipe out <TalendRuntimePath>/container/data/cache folder.

 

You can reach the same result by adding clean to the start command in Windows or Linux.

 

Seems that /container/data contains all the working and temporary files for Karaf and there will be files of old services even if you delete them from /container/deploy. So for this reason the old services were avaliable.

 

 

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Re: Talend Container deploy

@tech8 is it Data container in MDM?

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Re: Talend Container deploy

No, im using Talend Runtime Container as a Windows Service

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Re: Talend Container deploy

I solved the problem doing a clean deploy. Just had to wipe out <TalendRuntimePath>/container/data/cache folder.

 

You can reach the same result by adding clean to the start command in Windows or Linux.

 

Seems that /container/data contains all the working and temporary files for Karaf and there will be files of old services even if you delete them from /container/deploy. So for this reason the old services were avaliable.

 

 

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