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FTP prune

FTPprune is a Perl script to manage a remote ftp archive

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FTPprune is a Perl script to manage the size of a remote ftp archive. It was originally developed to manage offsite copies of Zoneminder CCTV events, but can be used with any FTP file archive. FTPprune will go through the archive and remove the oldest files reducing the archive size to a maximum that you specify, optionally preserving the last (-a) days of files. There are a few other options too - see the wiki for command line usage and Perl modules required.

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Features

  • Prune a remote FTP directory to a specified size (-m), removing oldest first
  • Keep the last (-a) days of files regardless of directory size
  • Ignore a specified extension (e.g. for index.html)

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Intended Audience

Advanced End Users

User Interface

Console/Terminal, Command-line

Programming Language

Perl

Registered

2012-01-27

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