100g for deleting
On the assumption that the post titled “Delete file when you have more than 100g for deleting” on the “Linux.com - Content Feed” is not an elaborate joke, it’s not unlikely that it will be deleted so I will conserve it here:
Hello Linix community members,
Today I would like to share a simple script for deleting files when you have more than 100g for deleting and when you try to delete using rm -rm /path/fo/files failed.
To do this I use the following procedure;
first I use a “for” ciclo to read file that I going to delete also you can use a mtime for calculate file’s date that you’re going to delete or you can to calculate previous date of a past day “x=
TZ=GMT+24 date +%Y%m%d“
#!/bin/bash -x x=`TZ=GMT+24 date +%Y%m%d` delcnt=0 for files in `find /path/of/file/to/eraser/ -name \*$x*.bin.gz` do echo "Deleting file $files" /bin/rm -rf $files delcnt=$(($delcnt + 1)) done
Charles E. Rivera
Solaris Server Specialist Engeeneer
But then, Linux.com still aggregates Phoronix, so their focus is not exactly on quality.