XFileSharing Pro - Any chance to undo the deleted files

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superbia
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Any chance to undo the deleted files

#1 Postby superbia » Sep 02, 2013 12:22 pm

I have a feeling that I ran the cron.pl recently and that has resulted in deletion of several files that were not downloaded in last x number of days.
Is there any way of receivering or undoing what has been done?

And can someone please confirm that running cron.pl does indeed deletion of files that meet the condition of not downloaded for past x number of days for premium users etc?

ankurs
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#2 Postby ankurs » Sep 02, 2013 12:43 pm

Files are indeed deleted once you run the cronjob and if files meet the delete requirements.

superbia
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#3 Postby superbia » Sep 02, 2013 2:37 pm

ankurs wrote:Files are indeed deleted once you run the cronjob and if files meet the delete requirements.

Thanks ankurs.
:-(

trinsic
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#4 Postby trinsic » Sep 05, 2013 4:42 am

Would probably be a good idea for the next version of XFS to put the files into a recycle bin of sorts with a fixed expire date (of the admins choosing). Good for DMCA counter-notices and files deleted by accident.

superbia
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#5 Postby superbia » Sep 06, 2013 1:08 am

trinsic wrote:Would probably be a good idea for the next version of XFS to put the files into a recycle bin of sorts with a fixed expire date (of the admins choosing). Good for DMCA counter-notices and files deleted by accident.

Or at least post a strong warning message that running cron.pl may result in deletion of files meeting certain conditions.
I pretty much lost everything

Ryok
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#6 Postby Ryok » Dec 04, 2013 8:55 am

ankurs wrote:Files are indeed deleted once you run the cronjob and if files meet the delete requirements.


What should i do or settings to make the cron.pl not to delete files?

coz everytime i run it, my files are decreasing by 800.

ankurs
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#7 Postby ankurs » Dec 04, 2013 10:44 am

Ryok wrote:
ankurs wrote:Files are indeed deleted once you run the cronjob and if files meet the delete requirements.


What should i do or settings to make the cron.pl not to delete files?

coz everytime i run it, my files are decreasing by 800.


settings > Delete files after > make them all "0"

Ryok
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#8 Postby Ryok » Dec 06, 2013 9:47 am

ankurs wrote:
Ryok wrote:
ankurs wrote:Files are indeed deleted once you run the cronjob and if files meet the delete requirements.


What should i do or settings to make the cron.pl not to delete files?

coz everytime i run it, my files are decreasing by 800.


settings > Delete files after > make them all "0"


i already set them 0. from anonymous to premium.. still its deleting. random files... im so stupid that i even tried it and now i lost another set of files.. ;(


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