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swift-object-expirer(1)		OpenStack Swift	       swift-object-expirer(1)

NAME
       swift-object-expirer - Openstack-swift object expirer

SYNOPSIS
       swift-object-expirer [CONFIG] [-h|--help] [-v|--verbose]	[-o|--once]

DESCRIPTION
       The  swift-object-expirer  offers  scheduled  deletion  of objects. The
       Swift client would use the X-Delete-At or X-Delete-After	headers	during
       an  object PUT or POST and the cluster would automatically quit serving
       that object at the specified time and would shortly  thereafter	remove
       the object from the system.

       The  X-Delete-At	 header	takes a	Unix Epoch timestamp, in integer form;
       for example: 1317070737 represents Mon Sep 26 20:58:57 2011 UTC.

       The X-Delete-After header takes a integer number	of seconds. The	 proxy
       server  that  receives  the request will	convert	this header into an X-
       Delete-At header	using its current time plus the	value given.

       The options are as follows:

	   -v
	   --verbose
	       log to console
	   -o
	   --once
	       only run	one pass of daemon

DOCUMENTATION
       More in depth documentation in regards to swift-object-expirer  can  be
       foud  at	 http://swift.openstack.org/overview_expiring_objects.html and
       also   about   Openstack-Swift	as   a	 whole	 can   be   found   at
       http://swift.openstack.org/index.html

SEE ALSO
       object-expirer.conf(5)

Linux				   3/15/2012	       swift-object-expirer(1)

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