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From Marc Lustig>
Subject Re: Archiva and Maven 2.0.9, refreshing defect POM/folder
Date Tue, 03 Feb 2009 15:36:07 GMT

hi Michael,

from our experience I can tell you that removing corrupt artifacts from the
managed repos is a common practise. Make sure to delete the entire folder
(not just single files).
It appears there a number of scenarios causing corrupt data either in the fs
or in the Archiva db.
If you have done this and run a repo scan, the artifact gets also removed
from the Archiva db.
Make sure you have enables the corresponding consumers under "Repository

Michael Hüttermann wrote:
> Hello,
> I use Maven 2.0.9 and Archiva 1.1.1.
> In my environment the central proxy repository Archiva has a defect entry
> for \internal\org\apache\maven\maven\2.0.9. After some manual and
> suboptimal work there only dummy data garbage is existing in that folder. 
> Actually after installing Archiva the folder was not existing at all.
> OK, now I have issues with that defect entries for 2.0.9, and I removed
> the whole folder \internal\org\apache\maven\maven\2.0.9 from disc. If I
> trigger a "mvn install" or if I browse Archiva via web interface, I still
> get and see the old and corrupt 2.0.9 version.
> Now after deleting the folder I updated the database (admin:
> database > update database now) and scanned my repository (admin:
> repositories > scan repository now). That is obviously not enough.
> Although the repository under
> /archiva/repository/internal/org/apache/maven/maven does not contain the
> 2.0.9 folder any more, browsing Archiva still shows the corrupt folder:
> /archiva/browse/org.apache.maven/maven/2.0.9 .. and even worse running
> "mvn clean install" still accesses the defect 2.0.9 version.
> So the question is, how can I fully and correctly refresh Archiva that it
> will deliver the right 2.0.9 version for me? The correct version I see
> under ?
> Thank you for your time!!!
> Best regards
> Michael

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