Is there a reason
why these JAR files can't be deleted when the context is shut down instead of
when the JVM shuts down? It seems like these JAR files hang around if the
context is restarted a lot and they don't get deleted all the time when the JVM
is shut down (for various reasons). Or, could the contexts temp space be
cleared when it is starting up?
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