I'm using the samba recycle plugin and have the following in my [global] section
recycle:exclude = *.~lock* recycle:repository = .recycled recycle:versions = yes recycle:keeptree = yes vfs objects = recycle
I would like to disable this feature for a particular share. I've tried putting
vfs objects = within the share definition, but this has no effect. I've also tried putting
recycle:exclude = * inside the share definition, but this didn't work either. And finally I tried setting (in the [global] section)
recycle:exclude_dir = /home/path/to/my/dir/ which looked promising from the man page
I understand how to disable .recycle completely but this is not what I want.
[edit suggested by helpful commenter below!]
The path in question is monitored by a Dropbox daemon. This is why I don't want a Recycle bin - it will effectively cause a 2nd bandwidth-hogging upload, and the .recycled/ copy is unnecessary because Dropbox versions files anyway.