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[JAI-IMAGEIO] What the heck are all the imageioNNN.tmp files doing in C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Local Settings\Temp

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Anonymous

I have 273 imageioNNN.tmp files in my Temp folder where NNN is a random number
sequence. WTF is going on?????

Where are they comming from and why don't they go away??? Some are a month old.

I've attached a small one for your inspection. Some are a meg and a half
in size...
[imageio7217.tmp]
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robert engels

The JPEG2000 image writer creates temp files but not using that name.

The standard jpeg writer may as well.

They are probably left due to an improper JVM shutdown (marked as
delete on exit).

On Jun 24, 2008, at 7:50 PM, Ken Warner wrote:

> I have 273 imageioNNN.tmp files in my Temp folder where NNN is a
> random number
> sequence. WTF is going on?????
>
> Where are they comming from and why don't they go away??? Some are
> a month old.
>
> I've attached a small one for your inspection. Some are a meg and
> a half
> in
> size...----------------------------------------------
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Ken Warner

I haven't read a JPEG2000 file for a couple of years so
it must be the jpeg reader which I have been exercising.

The two Java apps I use (if you can call the Java Plugin an app)
are the Java Plugin for FF and IE and Eclipse. I don't remember
any crash with either one.

robert engels wrote:
> The JPEG2000 image writer creates temp files but not using that name.
>
> The standard jpeg writer may as well.
>
> They are probably left due to an improper JVM shutdown (marked as
> delete on exit).
>
> On Jun 24, 2008, at 7:50 PM, Ken Warner wrote:
>
>> I have 273 imageioNNN.tmp files in my Temp folder where NNN is a
>> random number
>> sequence. WTF is going on?????
>>
>> Where are they comming from and why don't they go away??? Some are a
>> month old.
>>
>> I've attached a small one for your inspection. Some are a meg and a
>> half
>> in
>> size...----------------------------------------------
>> -----------------------
>> To unsubscribe, e-mail: interest-unsubscribe@jai-imageio.dev.java.net
>> For additional commands, e-mail: interest-help@jai- imageio.dev.java.net
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robert engels

The file is created when you use disk caching and imageio.

It is not deleted is due to an improper shutdown of the JVM, OR there
there is a bug on Windows where open files marked delete on exit are
not removed, and this could happen with improper disposal of
ImageReader instances.

On Jun 24, 2008, at 8:02 PM, Ken Warner wrote:

> I haven't read a JPEG2000 file for a couple of years so
> it must be the jpeg reader which I have been exercising.
>
> The two Java apps I use (if you can call the Java Plugin an app)
> are the Java Plugin for FF and IE and Eclipse. I don't remember
> any crash with either one.
>
> robert engels wrote:
>> The JPEG2000 image writer creates temp files but not using that name.
>> The standard jpeg writer may as well.
>> They are probably left due to an improper JVM shutdown (marked as
>> delete on exit).
>> On Jun 24, 2008, at 7:50 PM, Ken Warner wrote:
>>> I have 273 imageioNNN.tmp files in my Temp folder where NNN is a
>>> random number
>>> sequence. WTF is going on?????
>>>
>>> Where are they comming from and why don't they go away??? Some
>>> are a month old.
>>>
>>> I've attached a small one for your inspection. Some are a meg
>>> and a half
>>> in
>>> size...--------------------------------------------
>>> -- -----------------------
>>> To unsubscribe, e-mail: interest-unsubscribe@jai-
>>> imageio.dev.java.net
>>> For additional commands, e-mail: interest-help@jai-
>>> imageio.dev.java.net
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Ken Warner

Improper disposal of ImageReader instances is possible.

I'll look closely at my code. Thanks...

robert engels wrote:
> The file is created when you use disk caching and imageio.
>
> It is not deleted is due to an improper shutdown of the JVM, OR there
> there is a bug on Windows where open files marked delete on exit are
> not removed, and this could happen with improper disposal of
> ImageReader instances.
>
>
>
> On Jun 24, 2008, at 8:02 PM, Ken Warner wrote:
>
>> I haven't read a JPEG2000 file for a couple of years so
>> it must be the jpeg reader which I have been exercising.
>>
>> The two Java apps I use (if you can call the Java Plugin an app)
>> are the Java Plugin for FF and IE and Eclipse. I don't remember
>> any crash with either one.
>>
>> robert engels wrote:
>>
>>> The JPEG2000 image writer creates temp files but not using that name.
>>> The standard jpeg writer may as well.
>>> They are probably left due to an improper JVM shutdown (marked as
>>> delete on exit).
>>> On Jun 24, 2008, at 7:50 PM, Ken Warner wrote:
>>>
>>>> I have 273 imageioNNN.tmp files in my Temp folder where NNN is a
>>>> random number
>>>> sequence. WTF is going on?????
>>>>
>>>> Where are they comming from and why don't they go away??? Some
>>>> are a month old.
>>>>
>>>> I've attached a small one for your inspection. Some are a meg and
>>>> a half
>>>> in
>>>> size...--------------------------------------------
>>>> -- -----------------------
>>>> To unsubscribe, e-mail: interest-unsubscribe@jai- imageio.dev.java.net
>>>> For additional commands, e-mail: interest-help@jai-
>>>> imageio.dev.java.net
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