Defines parameters for daily run of tmpreaper
tmpreaper is run daily via the /etc/cron.daily/tmpreaper script. Its behaviour can be tuned via the /etc/tmpreaper.conf file. This file can contain settings entries to override the defaults in the cron.daily script itself. These settings are:
the max. age of files before they're removed. Default:
extra patterns that you may want to protect. Example:
Don't forget to enclose the patterns in quotes, like above.
the directories to clean up.
NEVER supply / here! That will wipe most of your system!
Again, don't forget to enclose the patterns in quotes, like above.
defines the maximum (randomized) delay before starting processing. This is passed as the --delay parameter.
defines any additional parameters you want to pass to the tmpreaper program, e.g. --all
Paul Slootman <[email protected]>