[Dirvish] dirvish-expire loses on 'summary' directory
dhoworth at mrc-lmb.cam.ac.uk
Mon Jan 29 03:31:08 PST 2007
ml-it-dirvish at epigenomics.com wrote:
> On 28 Jan 2007 14:51:37 -0800,
> "Barton C Massey" <bart at cs.pdx.edu> wrote:
>> If the consensus among dirvish developers is that this is
>> desirable behavior, I guess I'll work around it, at least
>> for now. Is this behavior really what folks want?
> Short answer: No.
> Long answer: I also stumbled upon this behaviour, We have logical
> volumes for every vault and similar issues. We also tried once to have a
> "current" directory --bind mounted to the last image's tree in a vault.
> If someone / something now created a file or directory summary in the
> backed up filesystem, dirvish-expire loses.
Did I understand this correctly? You had your backups publically mounted
read-write for normal users? That sounds like a really bad idea. I
certainly wouldn't see the need for any changes to dirvish intended to
protect users from the results of that kind of adventure.
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