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Author: Marcel de Rooy <>
Date:   Thu Oct 28 09:05:20 2010 -0400

    Enhancement 5074 (Adding possibility to to purge only 
older sessions) [UPDATED for master]
    Currently, the misc/cronjobs script cleanup_database truncates the session 
table (deleting all records, including active sessions).
    With an additional parameter sessdays, this behavior could be changed or 
(perhaps better) extended. If the parameter sessdays is passed along with a 
number of days, the script only deletes older session records. This is 
accomplished by examining the values of lasttime, atime or ctime in the record.
    So, calling the script like:
      ./ -v -sessions -sessdays 7
    will only delete sessions records older than 7 days. The "old style" call
      ./ -v -sessions
    still works too and truncates the table as before.
    Signed-off-by: Galen Charlton <>
    Signed-off-by: Chris Cormack <>


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