Thanks very much for your patch - I've applied it in change set
Greg Von Kuster
On Jul 1, 2011, at 5:35 PM, Assaf Gordon wrote:
> I'm trying to use the built-in cleanup scripts (instead of my own), came
> across a possible bug:
> 1. When running "delete_datasets.sh", the "info_only" flag is ignored.
> This is evident by running it twice with "-i" and getting different results
> (the second time - no datasets are deleted).
> 2. When running "purge_datasets.sh" with the "info_only" flag, no information
> is printed at all, making it impossible to know what would be purged without
> the "-i" flag.
> The only way to see what is purged is actually purging the datasets (kind of
> defeats the purpose of "info only").
> I think the attached patch fixes both issues.
> 3. The relevant wiki page
> says about "delete_datasets.sh": "The purge_datasets.sh script will need to
> be run afterwards to remove the base datasets from disk."
> But the example on the wiki page (and in the script) has "-r" - so the files
> are actually deleted from the disk by "delete_datasets.sh".
> Does one still need to run "purge_datasets.sh" if used "-r" with
> "delete_datasets.sh" ?
> 4. If I accidentally run "purge_datasets.sh" without "-r" = is there a way to
> delete the stale files ?
> if not, perhaps the script should require either "-i" or "-r" to avoid such
> cases (or provide another cleanup script?)
> comments are welcomed,
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