DragonFly users List (threaded) for 2011-12
Re: work directories
You could rm everything now, and then use 'bmake install clean
clean-depends' from now on, and you should be fine.
On Sat, Dec 3, 2011 at 9:54 PM, Pierre Abbat <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Saturday 03 December 2011 21:03:53 Jeremy C. Reed wrote:
>> On Sat, 3 Dec 2011, Pierre Abbat wrote:
>> > I have 8.9 GB in /usr/pkgsrc/*/*/work/. What's the proper way to get
>> > rid of old files in these directories?
>> I often use rm. I normally use: make clean clean-depends (but it is
>> Also have a look at pkgsrc/pkgtools/pkgclean
> That works, but I'd like something I can run periodically, and I don't want to
> remove a work directory in the middle of a build. My /etc/periodic.conf is
> # 110.clean-tmps
> daily_clean_tmps_enable="YES" # Delete stuff daily
> daily_clean_tmps_dirs="/tmp /var/db/pkgin/cache /usr/pkgsrc/distfiles" #
> Delete under here
> daily_clean_tmps_dirs="$daily_clean_tmps_dirs /usr/obj"
> daily_clean_tmps_days="30" # If not accessed for
> daily_clean_tmps_ignore=".X*-lock .X11-unix .ICE-unix .font-unix .XIM-unix"
> daily_clean_tmps_ignore="$daily_clean_tmps_ignore quota.user
> quota.group .cvsignore"
> # Don't delete these
> daily_clean_tmps_verbose="YES" # Mention files
> If I added "/usr/pkgsrc/*/*/work" to daily_clean_tmps_dirs, would that work?
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