Am Donnerstag, 6. März 2014, 06:44:22 schrieb Jaroslav Lukesh: > does somebody have script to locate (and delete) unaccessed files (not > viewed from some date) in the ZoDB tree with webserver log? hmmm, this is a confusing question. What do you mean with" files in the ZODB"? File objects? The ZODB only consists of "objects" - not files even when they are shown like "files" over HTTP, DAV or FTP. I think you are targeting a confusing way of solution. If you really want to delete some objets from your ZODB if they are not "accessed" over a time i would suggest the following solution: - if your object type does not provide an "last access" timestamp property or similiar in a way you need it ("access" in such a context could do mean a lot of different things in zope) you may add such an property to that objects and write a method which is proxying access to that objects (i.e. deliver it out over web) and updates that property to current time(stamp)/datetime. - write a simple method / Python Script / External Method which recursively looks for objects (i.e. of the regarding type) with your timestamp property and compare with current date. If the property is "to old" let delete or do whatever with em. I'm nearly to shure that no one has a script working as you described here for such a job, because access to the logfiles plus log data conversion would be much more difficult and could not be used in such a more general way. hth good luck. cheerioh, Niels. -- --- Niels Dettenbach Syndicat IT & Internet http://www.syndicat.com PGP: https://syndicat.com/pub_key.asc ---
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