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Re: using --remove-older-than takes a very long time?

From: Derek Atkins
Subject: Re: using --remove-older-than takes a very long time?
Date: Fri, 7 Feb 2020 12:42:51 -0500
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On Fri, February 7, 2020 12:31 pm, Eric L. wrote:
> Hi Derek,
> I don't think so but it probably depends on how many backups it has to
> remove.

Well, normally just one.   Today I suspect it is removing around 7.

>> While I keep track of how long it takes to run the backup process for
>> each server, I didnt separate out the backup vs cleanup stages of the
>> process.  If cleanup is going to take so long, I might separate it out
>> into a different stage!  Although it would be nice if cleanup could be
>> sped up!
>> Is there any way to profile the code to see where it is spending its
>> time?
> A profiling as such is possible at python level but I would start with
> just calling the removal option with `-v9`, it should give you/us a
> first hint as the date/times for each action are logged.

I can certainly change the code to do that tomorrow night; I think it's a
bit late to make that change now for today's run.

> KR, Eric

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