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PROGRAM:

NAME


mfsgettrashtime, mfssettrashtime, mfsrgettrashtime, mfsrsettrashtime - get or set trash
time

SYNOPSIS


mfsgettrashtime [-r] [-n|-h|-H] OBJECT...

mfsrgettrashtime [-n|-h|-H] OBJECT...

mfssettrashtime [-r] [-n|-h|-H] SECONDS[+|-] OBJECT...

mfsrsettrashtime [-n|-h|-H] SECONDS[+|-] OBJECT...

DESCRIPTION


mfsgettrashtime and mfssettrashtime operate on object’s trashtime value, i.e. the number
of seconds the file is preserved in special trash directory before it’s finally removed
from filesystem. Trashtime must be non-negative integer value. mfsgettrashtime prints
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 current trashtime value of all contained
objects (files and directories).

N\[+|-]
If new value is specified in N+ form, trashtime value is increased to N for objects
with lower trashtime value and unchanged for the rest. Similarly, if new value is
specified as N-, 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.

-n, -h, -H
These options are described in mfstools(1).

NOTE


mfsrgettrashtime and mfsrsettrashtime are deprecated aliases for mfsgettrashtime -r and
mfssettrashtime -r respectively.

COPYRIGHT


Copyright 2008-2009 Gemius SA, 2013-2015 Skytechnology sp. z o.o.

LizardFS is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the
GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, version 3.

LizardFS is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY;
without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
See the GNU General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with LizardFS. If
not, see http://www.gnu.org/licenses/.

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