how do you find all files and directories without sticky bit?
I have a bunch of old files that I need to delete so I use:
find . -mtime +3 -a \( -type f -o -type d \)
But then this find command will still find files with sticky bit permission:
I want to make sure my find expressions does not find these files. Or ... should I just be lazy and ignore "operation not permitted" errors (maybe this is the sticky bit's intent/purpose... let's you delete files without worrying about accidently deleting files that you need)?