[Dirvish] Did run out of space cant remove exired images

Ali Jawad alijawad1 at gmail.com
Tue Mar 9 12:03:44 UTC 2010


Hm..I got slightly confused here...let's suppose I keep a 7 day backup
history and 1 monthly backup.

The 7 day backups are full backups and the monthly backup is a full
backup ? Or are they differential / incremental ?
Regards

On Tue, Mar 9, 2010 at 2:03 PM, Cord Walter <cord.walter at cwalter.net> wrote:
> Am 09.03.2010 11:39, schrieb datenritter:
>> Am 09.03.2010 11:27 schrieb Ali Jawad:
>>> expire-default was 4 weeks, now I have set it to 1 week. Since I did
>>> apply this setting none of the backup archives did expire and running
>>> dirvish-expire does not return anything.
>>>
>>> Please advice.
>>
>> You have to remove the folders manually, if you want to get rid of them
>> before expiration.
>>
>> You could:
>> 1. rm -rf them
>> 2. set your system date to a future date and run dirvish-expire again.
>
> Prior to changing the system date, I would try:
>
> dirvish-exire --time date_expression
>
> e.g.:
> dirvish-expire --vault backup --time +1day
>
> -cord
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