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  1. WildFly
  2. WFLY-6897

Replacing a disabled deployment destroys profile section of xml config

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      1. Unpack a fresh WildFly 10.0 Final app server
      2. Modify standalone.xml to bind management and public to <any-address/>. (May not be required in your environment)
      3. bin/add-user.sh and add management user
      4. Start WildFly (bin/standalone.sh)
      5. Log in to management console and add a new deployment. (I tested w/ the wildfly-helloworld.jar from the wildfly/quickstart repo on Github, last commit Jun 20)
      6. If you enabled deployment when creating it, disable it now.
      7. Make note of the size of the standalone.xml configuration file (~20k)
      8. Replace the deployment with the same .jar file
      9. Notice the size of the standalone.xml configuration file (~5k)

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      1. Unpack a fresh WildFly 10.0 Final app server 2. Modify standalone.xml to bind management and public to <any-address/>. (May not be required in your environment) 3. bin/add-user.sh and add management user 4. Start WildFly (bin/standalone.sh) 5. Log in to management console and add a new deployment. (I tested w/ the wildfly-helloworld.jar from the wildfly/quickstart repo on Github, last commit Jun 20) 6. If you enabled deployment when creating it, disable it now. 7. Make note of the size of the standalone.xml configuration file (~20k) 8. Replace the deployment with the same .jar file 9. Notice the size of the standalone.xml configuration file (~5k)
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      When replacing a deployment that is disabled at the time of replacement, Wildfly will write out a new configuration .xml that is missing the entire <profile> section, resulting in an application server that is, essentially, non-functional once restarted. There is no obvious effect until restart.

      Also note there is a forum post reporting this behavior from April.

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              bstansbe@redhat.com Brian Stansberry
              bdaroz Brian Rozmierski (Inactive)
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