Last year, I deleted some databases that I no longer used. However, they still appear in my backups, e.g.
ls -l /var/backups/mysql -rw-rw---- 1 sympl sympl 1679597 Dec 23 2021 mariadb_10.3--databasename--20211223_072220_GMT_Thursday.sql.gz
Is this intentional behaviour or a bug? My expectation for backups is that if I delete something it will eventually rotate out of my backups, but in this case a file has been there for nearly 9 months. I only noticed this by chance when synchronising my backups to another machine.
- Sympl Version: 10.0
- Sympl Testing Version? No
- Debian Version: Buster
- Hardware Type? Virtual
- Hosted On? Mythic Beasts