tschloss at web.de
tschloss at web.de
Sat Dec 17 06:11:56 EST 2005
On Thu, 2005-12-15 at 16:55 +0100, tschloss at web.de wrote:
> last night I lost 80% of my folder hierachie in a shared mailbox. I seems that it happened during the daily cyr_expire.
> Is it possible that cyr_expire did not only delete the messages but the containing folders/boxes? See log below.
> If this is not possible, I have to look for the "killer" somewhere else. If it is, I will have to find out why all these messages expired last night.
> Thanks in advance.
> tschloss at web.de
> Dec 14 03:57:37 linux master: process 27977 exited, status 0
> Dec 14 03:59:01 linux /usr/sbin/cron: (root) CMD ( rm -f /var/spool/cron/lastrun/cron.hourly)
> Dec 14 04:00:00 linux master: about to exec /usr/lib/cyrus/bin/cyr_expire
> Dec 14 04:00:00 linux master: about to exec /usr/lib/cyrus/bin/tls_prune
> Dec 14 04:00:00 linux cyr_expire: duplicate_prune: pruning back 3 days
> Dec 14 04:00:00 linux cyr_expire: mydelete: starting txn 2147484083
> Dec 14 04:00:00 linux cyr_expire: mydelete: committing txn 2147484083
> Dec 14 04:00:00 linux cyr_expire: mydelete: committing txn 2147484105
> Dec 14 04:00:00 linux cyr_expire: duplicate_prune: purged 22 out of 112 entries
> Dec 14 04:00:00 linux cyr_expire: expunged 0 out of 0 messages from 0 mailboxes
> Dec 14 04:00:00 linux master: process 27981 exited, status 0
> Dec 14 04:00:00 linux master: process 27980 exited, status 0
> Dec 14 04:05:29 linux master: about to exec /usr/lib/cyrus/bin/imapd
what does your 'expire' command consist of?
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thanks fpr your reply. I was busy with trying to get the messages back from my backups and struggled with "recosntruct".
Where can I see the actual parameters of the command issued (esp. -E nn)?
I have difficulties to understand the man page:
it talks about an annotation (/vendor/cmu/cyrus-imapd/expire) to a mailbox. Where can I find these annotations (if present). I can find a Database "annotations.db", but have no idea how to look into it or manage it.
I have never configured something in this area. So another question is: Is cyr_expire primarily for duplicates or could it be possible, that there is a "time-to-live" for normal messages (which would be strange!!).
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