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Re: [hylafax-users] "q" numbers and archives
Lee Howard wrote:
On 2003.12.03 18:58 Steven Kurylo wrote:
Right now I need to keep a copy of all faxes. I'm using faxqclean
with the -A switch to ensure this. The archive directory keeps a copy
of each fax and its logs in a sub-directory, which is named based off
the faxes "q" number. What happens when the "q" number wraps around?
As it is it overwrites. Call it a feature for limited filesystem
Really, the archive script was meant to be an example only for
"typical" use. For now I would hope that people using it would
customize it a bit... or at least know what it does.
Unfortuately my c++ skill is at the most basic of levels, so hacking
faxqclean is a long way off for me. I'll probably end up writing
something in perl to process the archive. Since hylafax will clobber it
eventually (thankfully a while off for us), I'll probably make it move
the archive into a database. Then I can query the database for the
reports I will need to have.
To make sure I'm reading it proplerly, that is a patch to change the max
number to 999,999,999, but it hasn't been applied yet. Currently the
number is 32,000.
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