vfs objects = extd_audit recycle
vfs object = recycle:repository=.recycle recycle:versions=True
comment = Testdir
valid users = heitbrock,administrator
writeable = yes
user = heitbrock,administrator
path = /data1/Verkauf
thxxx for the info but when i add these line in my smb.conf the
directory structure isnt keept when i remove directies on a share. the
files only moves to the .recycle dir.
Bug reported by: Denis Heitbrock <email@example.com>
I have verified this bug. Setting on the share definition:
vfs object = recycle:keeptree=True
through debug analysis shows that recycle_keep_dir_tree remains set at False.
I have tried the reverse, setting it to False also results in False. This means
that the directory of origin is never applied to the .recycle target.
It looks like there are some problems in handling multiple VFS options (i.e you
can't do vfs_objects = recycle:foo=bar recycle:foo2=bar2 and have it work properly).
is this just an option parsing bug?
path = /export/public
read only = no
msdfs root = yes
vfs objects = recycle
vfs object = recycle:repository=.recycle
seems to work ok.
Yes. As soon as you try adding more than one option it starts getting confused.
It looks like the argument parsing code can't add an option to an already
loaded vfs module.
This is a documentation bug. The actual syntax is:
vfs object = recycle
although the exclude pattern doesn't seem to be working quite right.
I'll look at that.
no bug at all. The actual exclude syntax is
recycle:exclude=*.tmp *.temp *.o *.obj ~$*
I'm going to checkin some generic comments about vfs
modules to the man page but each module needs its own
man page IMO for option specifics.
originally reported against 3.0.0beta3. CLeaning out
non-production release versions.
sorry for the same, cleaning up the database to prevent unecessary reopens of bugs.