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(Uniserver Zero XI - 11.5.0) I would like to delete certain folders inside www with the "Clean-Up delete logs" option. I've already included them inside the config file under folders. Am using a CMS that automatically creates about 3-4 temporary files in one folder. 1 folder creates about 2,200 cache files at one go. Any way of allowing this?

 

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Short answer, no its not possible with current implementation.

It would appear this menu option is rarely configured otherwise someone would have reported a bug! The bug I found, adding another folder to section [FOLDERS] produces "List index (2) out of bounds"

I will fix the above bug and take the opportunity to add a new section in configuration file us_clean_up.ini to meet your requirements.

If I have time will publish a new controller within the next two days.

All the best
Ric

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I have published the new controller module ZeroXI_controller_1_1_9.exe

To update an existing installation proceed as follows:
1. Create a temporary folder for example temp2
2. Download module ZeroXI_controller_1_1_9.exe and save to folder temp2
3. Double click ZeroXI_controller_1_1_9.exe extracts folders and files.
4. Replace existing UniController.exe with file temp2\UniServerZ\UniController.exe
5. Replace existing us_clean_up.ini with file temp2\UniServerZ\home\us_config\ us_clean_up.ini

I have also updated the online documentation and published new documentation module ZeroXI_documentation_1_1_5.exe


All the best
Ric

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Many Thanks Ric for the speedy response. I've done the steps exactly and this small adjustment is in reality a great time saver for me and am sure many other programmers looking for flexibility. Perhaps you could factor it in the next release of UniserverZ so we won't have to install the controller separately at every update?

 

In return, I've been using Uniform Server for long, and have over time, developed optimal configuration options for MySQL, php and Apache that sharply speed up Uniserver in Windows. Is it ok to share them to save others time?

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Perhaps you could factor it in the next release of UniserverZ so we won't have to install the controller separately at every update?

The above changes will be integrated into the next release 11_5_2_ZeroXI

 

In return, I've been using Uniform Server for long, and have over time, developed optimal configuration options for MySQL, php and Apache that sharply speed up Uniserver in Windows. Is it ok to share them to save others time?

By all means attached your configuration files, Open Source is all about exchange of ideas to benefit others.

 

All the best

Ric

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