Disable FileCompiler and run once after deployment

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I have a question regarding the fileCompiler: is it possible to compile all files (templates + modules) with the filecompiler at once after a deploy (in a composerPostinstall for example) and disable it afterwards completely. The problem is, when i am deploying a new version to my instances, the cache folders might be replaced, so the files need to be recompiled when the first user is visiting the page after deployment. With that "pre-compilation" i want to prevent that the users have to wait for the filecompiler to compile.



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Is there a reason to replace the cache folder? Normally one would exclude such folders from deployments.

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We have a autoscaling Application with multiple instances, which can be replaced by the autoscaling, what means that its a completely new instance, so the cache folder does not exist and has to be filled again by the compiler. 

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