delayed delete bug?
brong at fastmail.fm
Mon Oct 15 17:25:57 EDT 2007
On Mon, Oct 15, 2007 at 03:25:28PM +0200, Rudy Gevaert wrote:
> I'm busy looking at delayed delete. I'm using unix hierarchy seperator. I
> deleted a mailbox and see it like this:
> kavula.ugent.be> lm
> DELETED/user/rudy.gevaert/Foo/471364C1 at ugent.be (\HasNoChildren)
> user/rudy.gevaert/Inbox2 at ugent.be (\HasNoChildren)
> user/rudy.gevaert/Trash2 at ugent.be (\HasNoChildren)
> user/rudy.gevaert/Trash at ugent.be (\HasNoChildren)
> user/rudy.gevaert at ugent.be (\HasChildren)
> However the file system location is:
Yeah, that's a "feature" - you see, hashing is done by whatever's after
the first dot. In theory you don't have to care.
We wrote our userhash patch so the locations would be:
Which makes much more sense to me and has the nice property that a
directory is either a "trunk" or a "leaf" but not both - it contains
either purely sub directories or purely mailbox contents.
> I would have thought it would be under domain/u/ugent.be/DELETED/user/...
> Is something going wrong here?
> I've run cyr_expire and it cleans it up nicely!
> Also, is it correct to undelete a deleted folder I need to rename it? (This
> works! And gets replicated).
Yeah, it all works fine. It's just an odd location. I got over that
pretty quickly given that my Perl libraries know where it is and Cyrus
knows where it is so I just let them do the legwork.
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