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[ZEP] Freeze ZTree state   [ZEP]

By: John Leslie       
Date: May 23,2018 at 19:02
In Response to: [ZEP] Freeze ZTree state (Ben Kent)

> > I'm currently fighting some NAS firmware bugs (hey, had an
> > unexpected reboot during a RAID rebuild last night, such happiness).
> I
> > spend a bit of time comparing the NAS with its backup, but that's
> tricky
> > as parts of it are backed up in two different places.
> >
> > What I'd like is:
> >
> > (1) The option to freeze ZTree's state so it won't look at the disk
> > and update the files/stats as you move around the tree (for all
> logged
> > data).
>
> Alt-F10 configuration
> Page 1, Set R to W to No
> You will need to remember to not use the refresh commands, * F3 etc

I just think that running multiple ZTreeWin instances, wanting some frozen and some not, would just be an enormous can of worms when trying to sort a problem.

>
>
> >
> > (2) Add a message to the top of the Window showing this has happened
> > with a user-supplied addition, e.g. "FROZEN (Pre Rebuild)" where
> "Pre
> > Rebuild" was a user entry.
> >
> > (3) This to survive a ZLog save/load (so I can compare states from a
> > long time ago with the current, e.g. when I think something has gone
> > missing).
> Alt-Z
> save and [R]esume
> Specify a file
>
> Then later you can log the Zlog file

I use ZLog a lot, alas I still get ZTW crashes due to it from time-to-time.

>
> >
> > Also a way to exit the frozen state.
> For the refresh options manually re-log, or change the config back.
> For the Zlog, load a newer Zlog or relog
>
> Ben

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