We are using Artifactory 2.4.2 and have been observing issues with remote
repos and maven unique snapshots (timestamp versioned snapshots). We publish
the unique snapshots to local repo in Artifactory and one of our remote
repo in Artifactory is pointing to an old instance of Artifactory.
The problem is that unique snapshot cached in remote repo doesn't get
refreshed and Artifactory continues reading artifacts from remote repo even
though local repo has new snapshots in it.
I am not sure if it has got something to do with Layout repository? i have
chosen maven-2-default as the layout for the remote repo. Btw, i don't see
maven-3-default layout and i can't create new layouts as well?
Further, I know that local repos have higher precedence, followed by remote
repo cache and then remote repo itself. However, i would like to understand
how does caching work in Artifactory with the below mentioned retrieval
Let's assume we have two remote repos (A & B). A is at higher precedence
B has cached an artifact "foo" in its cache. Now if i look for an artifact
"foo", will Artifactory try to search "foo" in A before finding it in B or
will it directly give the artifact from B?
Can someone help?
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