How to remove files from OS5 X64 SAMBA recycle bin.
Posted by Yvon Lei on 05 September 2014 10:33
1. NAS IP is 192.168.1.100 and 2 writeable user "aaaa" & "bbbb".
2. If RAID named RAID111, and enabled the recycle bin function.
3. User "aaaa" delete some files via SAMBA protocol or Windows network.
3. Access to the hidden folder called "_NAS_Recycle_RAID1" by \\192.168.1.100\_NAS_Recycle_RAID111
4. Login via user "aaaa" or "bbbb" or other writeable user account.
5. Make folder or files and remove permanently.
The user'manual page 133 for Samba Recycle Bin parts:
Samba Recycle Bin
The Thecus IP storage is supported recycle bin via SMB/CIFS protocol.
Simply enable the “Recycle Bin” function and “Recycle Folder Display” then all of deleted files/folders will reside in the “_NAS_Recycle_(Associated RAID Volume)” share folder.
For example, the system has created 2 RAID volumes with ID “RAIDpm” and ‘RAID”. Then it will have 2 recycle bin folder appear as “_NAS_Recycle_RAID” and “_NAS_Recycle_RAIDpm”.
There are 2 more setting could help to manage the recycle bin for deleted folders/files.
1. Setup the “Day” to remove deleted folders/files which has resided in recycle bin permanently. Left default value “0” if desired to clean up recycle bin manually.
2. Setup the “Size” for recycle bin to allow deleted folders/files can store. Left default value “0” with no limitation.
1. The deleted files/folders which have resided in recycle bin will keep its permission. On the other hand, only the file owner or writable user can view/read/write these folders/files.
2. If deleted single file size is large than 2GB then it won’t reside in the recycle bin but erase permanently.