[Dirvish] dirvish-expire loses on 'summary' directory

Paul Slootman paul at debian.org
Mon Jan 29 05:45:44 PST 2007


On Mon 29 Jan 2007, ml-it-dirvish at epigenomics.com wrote:
> 
> The source of the vault contains a directory or file named "summary".

Not a problem, because dirvish-expire stops at the directory called
"tree"; files or directories below that "tree" called "summary" will
never be detected by dirvish-expire.

> The contents of the last valid image are mounted to "current" residing
> in the vault's root-directory.

You mean the "tree" directory? :-(

I use a config line:

image-temp: latest

and then I just have to make available via samba the
/bank/vault/latest/tree/ directory, works fine.

> Why does dirvish-expire recursively scan all image directories?

It doesn't, unless you trick it to think it's not inside an image
directory... another reason why it's useful to use a separate directory
for your dirvish bank.

> It should be sufficient to list the first level of all images to get to
> the summary file and the tree directory.
> Or is there a setup where image directories are nested?

Nowhere is specified that a vault name can't contain slashes.


Paul Slootman


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