robert at marcanoonline.com
Wed Mar 31 15:24:36 UTC 2021
On 3/31/21 11:10 AM, Anders Östling via samba wrote:
> I know this has been up on the table before, that time it was that Adobe created empty files on opening of pdf's, and then deleting them. Result: large number of dummy PDF files in the recycle bin. No problem since I created a cron script that cleaned up those files every night.
> We now have the same issue with office files. It seems as if Excel and word behaves in the same way, except that the files are not Conley empty, usually they are 1k regardless of original size. The client is still using office 2010. Anyone one else that uses Ms office and recycling that have the same experience?
> Skickat från min iPad
I haven't used vfs_recycle yet, but I have been experimenting with it. I
wonder if an option to ignore hidden files (the DOS attribute not the
Unix dot prefix). I am pretty sure Office generates hidden temporary
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