Expire stale JMAP data such as calendar event notifications.
jmap_expire [ -C config-file ] [ -E notif-expire-duration ] [ -X notif-unlink-duration ] [ -h or --help] [ -l or --lock lock-duration] [ -u username ] [ -v ]
jmap_expire is used to run a number of regular maintenance tasks for JMAP mailboxes and databases, specifically:
- expires and unlinks JMAP CalendarEventNotification objects
jmap_expire requires at least one of the -E -X optionss.
Option arguments that denote durations may be specified using any combination of zero or positive integers with the following units: seconds s, minutes m, hours h, days d (a 24 hour day without leap second). For example, the value 1d3m2s denotes a duration of one day, three minutes and 2 seconds. The default unit is seconds.
Use the specified configuration file config-file rather than the default imapd.conf(5).
Flags JMAP notifications in the jmapnotificationfolder mailbox as expired if their creation time is older than duration.
The duration must be zero or positive. Setting this flag causes the JMAP notification to not be visible anymore to JMAP methods, but preserves them on the file system. This is required to allow Cyrus replica to synchronize their state. Also see the --notif-unlink option.
Removes already previously expired JMAP notifications in the jmapnotificationfolder mailbox if their last modification time is older than duration. This unlinks the notification from the file system and is not reversible.
The duration must be zero or positive and should be higher than the synchronization interval of any Cyrus replica.
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Attempt to lock a mailbox at most duration seconds for each operation (e.g expire, unlink). Without this option, each mailbox is exclusively locked as long as it takes to complete the requested operation. For large mailboxes, this may get other processes stuck waiting for the mailbox. With this option, the mailbox typically is unlocked after the given duration, but this can not be guaranteed for mailboxes with hundreds of thousands of entries.
The duration must be at least one second and at most one hour.
Any remaining work for the operation and mailbox is left until the next execution of jmap_expire.
Only process JMAP data belonging to this user, e.g. "firstname.lastname@example.org". Multiple occurrences of this option cause jmap_expire to operate on all given user names.
Enable verbose output. Multiple occurrences of this option increase the verbosity level, up to 3 times.
jmap_expire -E 7d -X 1d
Expire JMAP notifications for all users where the notification was created one week ago or earlier. Expunge all notifications that were expired until yesterday.
jmap_expire --notif-expire**=*1d* **--lock=2s -u email@example.com
Expire JMAP notifications in the jmapnotificationfolder mailbox of user firstname.lastname@example.org. Release the mailbox lock after at most 2 seconds and leave any remaining work for future runs of jmap_expire.
This was introduced in Cyrus version 3.7.