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Re: [Samba] Purge Trash Fileserver [Finished]




Hello
i change my smb.conf, and add two lines
recycle:touch = yes
recycle:touch_mtime = yes

Now is atime/mtime is changed when  file is delete.
Thanks for all.

regards


Em 02-05-2017 10:22, A. James Lewis via samba escreveu:
On 02/05/17 13:48, Nico Kadel-Garcia via samba wrote:
On Tue, Apr 25, 2017 at 9:20 AM, Dario Lesca via samba
<samba@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Il giorno mar, 25/04/2017 alle 09.25 -0300, Carlos A. P. Cunha via
samba ha scritto:
Hello
My fileserver is a samba 4.5.4, in Ubuntu 14.04, is all ok.
My question is,

Have the recycle bin enabled, and would like a way to rotate the
files,
already have something today that is via find


Find /mnt/samba -depth -mtime +30 -print -delete


This works however, it will delete the files inside the destination
with
more than 30 days, but this more than 30 days is not when it went to
the
bin but the date of the file, which does not change when it is
deleted .

Examples:

File with date of 2015, was deleted now in 2017, when run the find
it
will erase this file, even if it was deleted on the same day.


What I would like is to see an alternative to find or when it goes
to
the bin it is changed (date) to find it to be correct.

Any idea ?

This is what I do for clear my trash:

# echo '/usr/sbin/tmpwatch --dirmtime --atime --force $[24*30] /u/samba/cestino/' > /etc/cron.daily/cestino
# chmod 755 /etc/cron.daily/cestino

The tricks is '--atime', then if you want still use your command with
find, you can try '-atime' find option.
Fortunately, many of us turn mount our filesystems with "-noatime" for
performance reasons. Not having to write atime to the directory
information every time you access a file can seriously improve
performance for some applications.
You could use "relatime", basically this gives you the performance benefits of "noatime", but still updates the atime field when the it can be done with no performance overhead (such as when the block is being updated anyway)... and when the "atime" value is more than a preset time old, RHEL defaults to 1 day.

This should be granular enough for what you want.

Hope this help

Thanks

--
Dario Lesca
(inviato dal mio Linux Fedora 25 Workstation)

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