Provided by: tmpreaper_1.6.13+nmu1_i386
tmpreaper.conf - 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
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
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