lizardfs-gettrashtime(1)

NAME

lizardfs-gettrashtime, lizardfs-settrashtime, lizardfs-rgettrashtime, lizardfs-rsettrashtime - get or set trash time

SYNOPSIS

lizardfs gettrashtime [-r] [-n|-h|-H] 'OBJECT'...
lizardfs rgettrashtime* [-n|-h|-H] 'OBJECT'...
lizardfs settrashtime* [-r] [-n|-h|-H] SECONDS[+|-] 'OBJECT'...
lizardfs rsettrashtime* [-n|-h|-H] SECONDS[+|-] 'OBJECT'...

DESCRIPTION

gettrashtime and settrashtime operate on an object’s ‘trashtime’ value, i.e. the number of seconds the file is preserved in the special ‘trash’ directory before it’s finally removed from the filesystem. ‘Trashtime’ must be a non-negative integer value. gettrashtime prints the current ‘trashtime’ value of given object(s).

OPTIONS

-r This option enables recursive mode, which works as usual for every given file, but for every given directory additionally prints the current ‘trashtime’ value of all contained objects (files and directories).
-n, -h, -H These options are described in lizardfs(1).
N[+|-]
If a new value is specified in ‘N’+ form, the ‘trashtime’ value is increased to ‘N’ for objects with lower ‘trashtime’ value and unchanged for the rest. Similarly, if a new value is specified as ‘N’-, the ‘trashtime’ value is decreased to ‘N’ for objects with higher ‘trashtime’ value and unchanged for the rest. These tools can be used on any file, directory or deleted (‘trash’) file.

Note

rgettrashtime and rsettrashtime are deprecated aliases for gettrashtime -r and settrashtime -r respectively.

REPORTING BUGS

Report bugs to <contact@lizardfs.org>.

SEE ALSO

lizardfs(1)