Ryan Golhar wrote:
> I just noticed a lot of files in my galaxy tmp directory. Since
> this isn't a system tmp directory, the system cron scripts don't
> clean it up.
> Is there a galaxy cron script that can be used to clean up this directory?
Sorry for the (very) late reply, I'm picking up some threads which
appear to have fallen through the cracks.
We do this just with a (GNU) find:
find /path/to/tmp -depth -mtime +7 -delete
You can also use tmpreaper on Debian/Ubuntu.
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