Look like setting pieces.delete-to-trash not working anymore

root@50:~# grep trash /opt/storj/data/config.yaml 
# move pieces to trash upon deletion. Warning: if set to false, you risk disqualification for failed audits if a satellite database is restored from backup.
pieces.delete-to-trash: false
root@50:~# ls -lsah /opt/storj/data/storage/trash/qstuylguhrn2ozjv4h2c6xpxykd622gtgurhql2k7k75wqaaaaaa/
total 56K
5.0K drwx------    4 storj-storagenode storj-storagenode    4 May 23 00:32 .
 25K drwx------    7 storj-storagenode storj-storagenode    8 Mar 27 22:08 ..
 13K drwx------ 1026 storj-storagenode storj-storagenode 1.1K May 22 20:03 2024-05-22
 13K drwx------ 1026 storj-storagenode storj-storagenode 1.1K May 23 00:34 2024-05-23
root@50:~# ps aux | grep storage | grep -v grep
storj-s+  148901  8.3  3.9 2498260 334440 ?      Ssl  May18 517:08 /opt/storj/bin/storagenode run --config-dir /opt/storj/data
storj-s+  149444  0.0  0.4 1243992 36276 ?       Ssl  May19   0:51 /opt/storj/bin/storagenode-updater run --config-dir /opt/storj/data --binary-location /opt/storj/bin/storagenode

@elek

Please review my message first

pieces.delete-to-trash: false

Node restarted at 18 of may, new folders in trash still generated 22.05 & 23.05

This is broken for now =)

I believe that feature flag has been removed that time, but I sent your report to the team.

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I forgot version in my report - v1.104.5