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gregoryjoseph
Hi,

I seem to have a bunch of (fairly big) atomicNNNNN.tmp files in my  
hudson instance's data folder.

Can anyone tell me what they're for, and if they can be safely  
removed ? I'm suspecting they're loaded on startup, so I'd like to  
understand what for before I delete them.

Strangely, they all have a timestamp dating back from the same day in  
February, which is when i upgraded Hudson to 1.280 - am now running  
1.301, so I'm assuming they can go  - and I'm suspecting they're  
loaded on startup because they're the only place where I still have  
references to the infamous diskusage plugin (which I tried to remove),  
clogging the log file, and slowing down the startup of Hudson  
tremendously.

Thanks for any tip or pointer - cheers,

-g


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Re: atomicNNN.tmp files

gregoryjoseph
I hate to insist, but doesn't anyone have a clue about this ?

Given that these files seem to have been created by  
hudson.util.AtomicFileWriter, I'm assuming they're leftover from a  
system crash or something, and that I can safely delete them now.  
Confirmation would be reassuring.

Cheers,

-g

On Jun 24, 2009, at 6:25 PM, Grégory Joseph wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I seem to have a bunch of (fairly big) atomicNNNNN.tmp files in my  
> hudson instance's data folder.
>
> Can anyone tell me what they're for, and if they can be safely  
> removed ? I'm suspecting they're loaded on startup, so I'd like to  
> understand what for before I delete them.
>
> Strangely, they all have a timestamp dating back from the same day  
> in February, which is when i upgraded Hudson to 1.280 - am now  
> running 1.301, so I'm assuming they can go  - and I'm suspecting  
> they're loaded on startup because they're the only place where I  
> still have references to the infamous diskusage plugin (which I  
> tried to remove), clogging the log file, and slowing down the  
> startup of Hudson tremendously.
>
> Thanks for any tip or pointer - cheers,
>
> -g
>
>
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Re: atomicNNN.tmp files

Michael Donohue
Yes, they're leftovers from editing files.  You can delete them safely.

2009/6/30 Grégory Joseph <[hidden email]>
I hate to insist, but doesn't anyone have a clue about this ?

Given that these files seem to have been created by hudson.util.AtomicFileWriter, I'm assuming they're leftover from a system crash or something, and that I can safely delete them now. Confirmation would be reassuring.

Cheers,

-g


On Jun 24, 2009, at 6:25 PM, Grégory Joseph wrote:

Hi,

I seem to have a bunch of (fairly big) atomicNNNNN.tmp files in my hudson instance's data folder.

Can anyone tell me what they're for, and if they can be safely removed ? I'm suspecting they're loaded on startup, so I'd like to understand what for before I delete them.

Strangely, they all have a timestamp dating back from the same day in February, which is when i upgraded Hudson to 1.280 - am now running 1.301, so I'm assuming they can go  - and I'm suspecting they're loaded on startup because they're the only place where I still have references to the infamous diskusage plugin (which I tried to remove), clogging the log file, and slowing down the startup of Hudson tremendously.

Thanks for any tip or pointer - cheers,

-g


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Re: atomicNNN.tmp files

gregoryjoseph
thanks :)

On Jun 30, 2009, at 7:38 PM, Michael Donohue wrote:

> Yes, they're leftovers from editing files.  You can delete them  
> safely.
>
> 2009/6/30 Grégory Joseph <[hidden email]>
> I hate to insist, but doesn't anyone have a clue about this ?
>
> Given that these files seem to have been created by  
> hudson.util.AtomicFileWriter, I'm assuming they're leftover from a  
> system crash or something, and that I can safely delete them now.  
> Confirmation would be reassuring.
>
> Cheers,
>
> -g
>
>
> On Jun 24, 2009, at 6:25 PM, Grégory Joseph wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> I seem to have a bunch of (fairly big) atomicNNNNN.tmp files in my  
> hudson instance's data folder.
>
> Can anyone tell me what they're for, and if they can be safely  
> removed ? I'm suspecting they're loaded on startup, so I'd like to  
> understand what for before I delete them.
>
> Strangely, they all have a timestamp dating back from the same day  
> in February, which is when i upgraded Hudson to 1.280 - am now  
> running 1.301, so I'm assuming they can go  - and I'm suspecting  
> they're loaded on startup because they're the only place where I  
> still have references to the infamous diskusage plugin (which I  
> tried to remove), clogging the log file, and slowing down the  
> startup of Hudson tremendously.
>
> Thanks for any tip or pointer - cheers,
>
> -g
>
>
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