I want to remove the files with name like data*.csv from the directory older than 10 days.
If there is no files exists to remove older than 10 days, It should not do anything.
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Below is my shell script and it will move the files older than 90 days to archive mount. Now my new requirement is , I need to move some of the directory files older than 365 days. How can I achieve this.
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I need to exclude DIR 2 and DIR 2 directory older than 365 days files should be moved to another directory.
I need a command for deleting all the compress files *.Z that are older than the current date - 5 days. Basically I have a directory where daily I meet some back up files and I want to remove automatically the ones 5 days (or more) older than the current date. How can I write a 'rm' command for doing that?
I want to delete log files which are older than 5 days from a directory. But deletion should not be based on the timestamp of file. It should be based on the name of file. For Example todays date is 07/05/2012 and the directory contains 10 files of names like ABC_20120430.log, ABC_20120429.log, ABC_20120502.log, ABC_20120320.log etc.
Autotrash is a simple Python script comes with Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat which will purge files from your trash when they become older than a given days,purge older files to ensure a specific amount of disk space is free,etc.It uses the FreeDesktop.org Trash Info files included in the new GNOME system to find the correct files and the dates they where deleted.
I need to remove files older than 3 days with a cron job in 3 different directories. (these 3 directories are children of a parent directory /a/b/c/1 & /a/b/c/2 & /a/b/c/3) Can this be done with one line in the crontab?
tmpreaper is a tool to remove files which are not accessed for a certain period of time. On Linux desktop distros, this is good for cleaning directories like “~/Downloads”, where files get accumulated over a period of time.