Deleting/deleted items

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I am wondering where ownCloud saves deleted items. From what I gather every item that is deleted is stored in a "bin" that does not count against the user's storage quota. Hence I expect resulting overhead that I want to accommodate for. Are files moved to a different folder upon deletion or is it just "flagged" differently but still inside the normal ownCloud file structure? Can the method be influenced and/or can a "bin folder" be specified?
This is important to me because the ownCloud application itself resides on a rather small, non-virtualized drive while the storage backend is located on a different, scalable drive.

And as a little add-on question since it is related: Is the "click to confirm" pop-up when deleting not a function of ownCloud core? Should I look for a third party plugin?


the files are moved to the files_trashbin folder of a user within the datadir. So if you have a user called "test" the files are ending up in:


This behavior / method can't be changed.

ownCloud doesn't provide such a functionality for the reasons discussed here:

but it seems there is an app providing this functionality available here:

Thank you very much.
This is all I needed to know and workable for my setup.
As to the confirmation, it would seem that it is a question of personal preference.
I will look into the app you provided the link for.