On 10/11/2011 10:53 AM, Joe Pluta wrote:
How about retrying the delete? Which returns me to my question: how
long between the time you create the IFSFile object and you try to
delete it? If simply retrying the delete doesn't work, could you
throw away the object, create a new one and try to delete the new

The IFSFile object had been accessed moments before.

I thought about adding retry logic ... but, unfortunately, this is a late change for a release we're trying to get out the door. Catching the npe, and leaving some files in the /tmp directory, is lower risk than trying to implement retry logic. Especially since I can't reproduce the problem in a controlled fashion.

Thanks for the suggestions.


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