I am looking for some guidance on creating a script that will check a specific folder, print all documents (if any) and then delete those documents. I would also like to run this script as a cron job. ...
I am new to shell scripting. I am trying to write a cron for unix shell that will delete some files, say after 2 weeks or after 1 month from a specific directory. /somedir1/somedir2/ if(somedir2) ...
On a new Ubuntu 10.4 instance, I tried to use the locate command only to receive the error locate: can not stat () `/var/lib/mlocate/mlocate.db': No such file or directory from using this command ...
I'd like to run a nightly cron job that deletes all the files in a folder that haven't been accessed in a week or more. What is the most efficient way to do this in bash?