This article is connected to Asset Deletion which is the current default. With PostgreSQL, Asset Deletion 2 has to be used. This article does not describe Asset Deletion 2.
Short description of the following content
One part of our 3 steps deletion process is the "Mark Asset Version for Deletion". This command creates the trash symbol to the asset versions as configured in version management in censhare Admin Client.
This is a guide how to check whether the mark-deletion job has finished successfully.
This Article is only valid for AssetDeletion2.
The command configuration for mark-deletion can be found in: 'censhare-Admin/Configuration/Modules/Asset Deletion/Mark Asset Version for Deletion (automatic)'.
The mark-deletion command by default is running daily at:
<cron pattern="0 4 * * *"/>
Step by Step guide
This check can only be done in the censhare server log.
Logon to the censhare Server via terminal.
Switch to the corpus user.
Change into the directory '~/work/logs'.
Now you can search the server logs for the "completed all" message of the mark deletion command:
grep "asset_deletion.mark-deletion completed all" server-0.*
The result of the grep-command should looks like that:
server-0.3.log:2011.11.21-14:34:12.151 INFO : T008: CommandExecutor: tr.20111121.143412.150[system]: asset_deletion.mark-deletion completed all in 0ms server-0.65.log:2011.10.27-05:33:55.660 INFO : T034: CommandExecutor: tr.20111027.053354.000[system]: asset_deletion.mark-deletion completed all in 19ms server-0.66.log:2011.10.26-23:30:56.597 INFO : T037: CommandExecutor: tr.20111026.053526.676[system]: asset_deletion.mark-deletion completed all in 49660ms
The first entry shows a restart of the command during a refresh configuration (with censhare Admin Client).
The second entry shows the start of the command during the server startup.
The third one is the successful scheduled run. You can identify the scheduled run by the duration time.
This third entry shows that the run has finished successfully.
Check marked Assets in the database
Please note that this part needs database access and knowledge how to make SQL queries.
This SQL statement shows you the sum of all Assets, including all Versions, which are marked for deletion in your system:
select count(*) from asset where deletion = 1;