$ nncp-rm [options] -tmp
$ nncp-rm [options] -lock
$ nncp-rm [options] -node NODE -part
$ nncp-rm [options] -node NODE -seen
$ nncp-rm [options] -node NODE -nock
$ nncp-rm [options] -node NODE [-rx] [-tx]
$ nncp-rm [options] -node NODE -pkt PKT
This command is aimed to delete various files from your spool directory:
- If -tmp option is specified, then it will delete all
temporary files in spool/tmp directory. Files may stay in it when
commands like nncp-file fail for some reason.
- If -lock option is specified, then all .lock files
will be deleted in your spool directory.
- If -pkt option is specified, then PKT packet (its
Base32 name) will be deleted. This is useful when you see some packet
failing to be processed.
- When either -rx or -tx options are specified
(maybe both of them), then delete all packets from that given queues.
-part option deletes .partly downloaded files.
-seen option deletes .seen files. -nock option
deletes non-checksummed (non-verified) .nock files.
- -dryrun option just prints what will be deleted.
- You can also select files that only have modification date older
than specified -older time units (
10s (10 seconds),
5m (5 minutes),
12h (12 hours),
2d (2 days)).