george at galis.org
Fri Mar 15 10:42:23 PST 2002
I would use tmpwatch
tmpwatch - removes files which haven't been accessed for a period of time
If you must us find I would use -atime which is based on most recent
reads not changes and 'n*24 hours ago' means days.
On Fri, Mar 15, 2002 at 10:10:57AM -0800, Jeanne Diaz wrote:
>I am trying to write a script that us the find the command.
>The question is, when I use the flag option -mtime and -ctime, the
>description states it's n*24. Is the "24" included
>or is it something manually we have to multiply to "n"?
>If you were looking for files to be removed that are 3+ weeks old, would
>you be using -mtime or -ctime?
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