Commit bf8c26f8 authored by mmn's avatar mmn

Thumbnail cleaning script, for missing files and File entries

Should be safe to run at any time, since thumbnails are regenerated on demand.
parent 214a10dd
#!/usr/bin/env php
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define('INSTALLDIR', realpath(dirname(__FILE__) . '/..'));
$shortoptions = 'y';
$longoptions = array('yes');
$helptext = <<<END_OF_HELP
clean_thumbnails.php [options]
Deletes all local thumbnails so they can be regenerated. Also deletes
if the original File object does not exist, even for remote entries.
-y --yes do not wait for confirmation
Will print '.' for deleted local files and 'x' where File entry was missing.
If the script seems to stop, it is processing correct File_thumbnail entries.
require_once INSTALLDIR.'/scripts/';
if (!have_option('y', 'yes')) {
print "About to delete locally generated thumbnails to allow regeneration. Are you sure? [y/N] ";
$response = fgets(STDIN);
if (strtolower(trim($response)) != 'y') {
print "Aborting.\n";
print "Deleting";
$thumbs = new File_thumbnail();
while ($thumbs->fetch()) {
try {
$file = $thumbs->getFile();
if ($file->isLocal()) {
// only delete properly linked thumbnails if they're local
print '.';
} catch (NoResultException $e) {
// No File object for thumbnail, let's delete the thumbnail entry
print 'x';
print "\nDONE.\n";
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