reconstruct should not destroy a readable cyrus.expunge.
pturgyan at umich.edu
Mon Aug 14 09:53:09 EDT 2006
On Aug 11, 2006, at 8:23 PM, Robert Mueller wrote:
> If the cyrus.unexpunge is unreadable, then it should just be
> removed. In which case, we're left with the case of a mailbox with /
> ^\d+\.$/ files that aren't in cyrus.index. I presume a standard
> reconstruct run searches the directory for stray \d+\. files that
> aren't in cyrus.index and re-adds them, which is then the same as
> an unexpunge effectively in the case of an unreadable cyrus.expunge
> file. Is that right?
yes -- when a cyrus.expunge file is unreadable, all message files in
the directory are added to cyrus.index.
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