• daniel
    0
    Hi guys, no matter what I do cloudberry will not follow my retention policy. Old backups stay around forever. My storage endlessly bloats until it fills up, which is kinda frustrating.

    Here's some screenshots of my backup storage:

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    Between those two screenshots there is nothing but tons of partial backups. How do I delete them, or have cloudberry delete them? There doesn't seem to be a select all command.

    Here is my retention policy:

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    After running full and partial backups (scheduled and manual), the old backups still won't clear out. Even after I uncheck the "Always keep the last version" checkmark.

    Any advice? thanks
  • Julia
    4
    Please inform if the plan succeeded/completed, no failures?
    I would recommend to send diagnostic log so that we can check the details.
  • daniel
    0
    It runs successfully, it just doesn't clean up old backups. please let me know if you want me to send diagnostic, and the details of how to properly do that.
  • Julia
    4
    Yes, please. Go to the Tools | Diagnostic log and use “Send to Support” button there. Add a short description and an url of this forum post to keep the reference. The support ticket will be created automatically.
    Please let me know the ticket number here. Thanks!
  • daniel
    0
    76631, thank you.
  • Matt
    91
    I left a reply for you in that ticket. Looks like you de-selected some partitions for the backup, so the data in that chain is not tied to the ones that were created after that.
    You would need to delete those backups manually.
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