[Owncloud] files deleted by client in recycle bin?
arm2arm at gmail.com
Fri Sep 27 16:09:00 UTC 2013
The Owncloud sync functionality is not a backup solution. If you delete
something accidentally you should be able to restore you data from backups.
In our OC instance I provide hourly incremental backup with "rdiff-backup"
on the server side for each user. If some one deletes or edit something we
can rollback changes.
On Fri, Sep 27, 2013 at 1:01 PM, Jakob Sack <mail at jakobsack.de> wrote:
> assuming the sync client works well (it does for me) it only deletes a
> file if you deleted it somewhere else. So you have the file either on
> another computer or in the ownCloud recycle bin.
> I really think that the sync client should not use the systems recycle bin
> at all.
> Am 27.09.2013 12:18, schrieb Matthias:
>> interesting thread. The last person in the thread wrote that putting
>> files in the trash of the server and of the client is not a good idea.
>> This might be true in most cases. But for me, the client deleted files
>> before they were synct to the server (client 1.3). These files are
>> gone. And it is also not very helpful for data protection reasons as
>> jochenwezel wrote I think.
>> What do you think?
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