How to disable auto deleting files?

  • Hi

    How do I disable the automatic deletion of old files?

    I have noticed that when new studies arrive, old ones are being deleted without warning and we appear to have lost quite a bit of data as someone mistakenly forwarded a huge study to the server.

    I have v1.4.19 on Windows, in dicom.ini I have MAGDeviceFullThreshold = 30, the total size of MAG0 directory is 5GB.

    The interface settings are CLeanup disk below =0, Cleanup nightly below = 0


    Is this a bug or do I have something configured wrong?


    When deleteing files the server log reports for example...

    [conquest] DISK SPACE: 1012 MB / NEED 1040 MB - Deleting patient: 18.10.12-09:19:12-DST-1.3.12.2.1107.5.2.18.141274


    Cheers marc

    ...there are only 10 types of people in the world; those who understand binary, and those who don't.

  • # This file contains configuration information for the DICOM server

    # Do not edit unless you know what you are doing


    [sscscp]

    MicroPACS = sscscp


    # Network configuration: server name and TCP/IP port#

    MyACRNema = IMBASE

    TCPPort = 104


    # Host, database, username and password for database

    SQLHost = localhost

    SQLServer = phdicom

    Username = imb

    Password = xxx

    MySql = 1

    DoubleBackSlashToDB = 1

    UseEscapeStringConstants = 0


    # Configure server

    ImportExportDragAndDrop = 1

    ZipTime = 05:

    UIDPrefix = 1.2.826.0.1.3680043.2.135.736621.50827344

    EnableComputedFields = 1


    FileNameSyntax = 9


    # Configuration of compression for incoming images and archival

    DroppedFileCompression = un

    IncomingCompression = un

    ArchiveCompression = as


    # For debug information

    PACSName = IMBASE

    OperatorConsole = 127.0.0.1

    DebugLevel = 0


    # Configuration of disk(s) to store images

    MAGDeviceFullThreshHold = 30

    MAGDevices = 1

    MAGDevice0 = c:\conquest\data\

    ...there are only 10 types of people in the world; those who understand binary, and those who don't.