There are number of different exceptions after installation/uninstallation/restart
cycle for XML and SOA plugins on Solaris SPARC platforms. Issue close to other one
#166254, check it for more details.
Please attach messages.log file.
BTW which modules have you uninstalled?
what is the difference between this issue and issue 166254 ?
There is no difference for me. But as I understand Jarda prefer two different
issues, for installation and uninstallation. My comment in other issue is:
Original title of this issue was not changed -- it's about installation and uninstallation.
But if you prefer to keep them separated -- not a problem.
Aha, I see Michael... honestly I hadn't read all comments from issue 166254 before I commented this one - thanks for
marking incomplete, please attach messages.log.
Created attachment 83226 [details]
Whole cycle: install, reboot, uninstall, reboot
Hm... a lot of following (and similar) exceptions are thrown.
INFO [org.netbeans.core.startup.NbEvents]: Warning: the module /home/mn153253/modules/org-netbeans-modules-xml-wsdl-
bindingsupport-api.jar could not be found, ignoring...
WARNING [org.netbeans.core.startup.ModuleList]: Error encountered while reading
[catch] at org.netbeans.core.startup.ModuleList$ReadInitial.run(ModuleList.java:1798)
Yes, looks like IDE did not catch moment of uninstallation and try to access
removed files again.
Marking as duplicate of 166254, the root cause is pretty much the same (handling lastModified stamps).
Can`t reproduce it if installation is done in non-NFS partition (e.g. /tmp).
*** This issue has been marked as a duplicate of 166254 ***
This problem does not seem to be duplicate of bug 166254, as bug 166254 is fixed yet michael can still see symptoms of
The root cause seems to be the same, because if IDE restarted not immediately but
with delay long enough to pass time difference then exceptions do not appear.
To have a chance to reproduce this issue you need to have:
1. NetBeans user dir on NFS partition
2. Wrong clocks on NFS server
In other words there should be a significant difference(tens of minutes) in time settings between NetBeans hosting
machine and NFS server. However it's yet possible combination I do not think that it's a P2.
*** Issue 175097 has been marked as a duplicate of this issue. ***
Easiest is to fix own NFS setup.