After doing a bunch of fault testing, I noticed that the JNs had a bunch of temporary files left around in their journal directories which were no longer within the retention period. For example, if a JN crashes in the middle of recovery, it can leave around a file like edits_inprogress_123.epoch=10. These files are handy to keep around for forensics/debugging while they are still in their retention period, but we should not leave them forever. The normal purging policy should apply.
|Transition||Time In Source Status||Execution Times||Last Executer||Last Execution Date|
|20h 22m||1||Todd Lipcon||19/Sep/12 23:43|