Using purge on per-user basis


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    Profile photo of turboon

    Hello, everyone.
    Please, explain me in a few words or give a link to documentation with details of purge process logic.
    We have a repository with hard and soft limit set to 21 and couple of users with limits of 7 and 14 days respectivly.
    Files are purged only when repository limit is exceeded (21 day), so user limits are not taken in account.
    When repository limits was 0 then no purge performed at all.

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    Profile photo of inno-it


    We have the same issue that the files are only purged after the repository limit, independent of the user/group limit.

    The configuration is equal with the configuration above.

    Exist there a solution?

    Profile photo of c12simple


    What you did looks correct.
    What kind of access driver of workspace where you are setting specific purging policy ?
    Could you please post more detail: Pydio version, PHP version, web server

    It’s highly recommended to update Pydio to latest version.

    Profile photo of inno-it

    Hello c12simple,

    we have the purge setting applied on the “my-files” workspace, so it is on the (default) filesytem driver.

    We are using the pydio version 8.0.1, php version 5.6.30-0+deb8u1 on an apache2 web-server (version 2.4.10).

    Thank you.

    Profile photo of inno-it

    Is there any news about this behavior?

    We have still the issue that the files are getting purged independent of the user/group setting.

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