The script is pretty much self explanatory.
## Lets find the log directories that are over 90 Days old. find /var/netscreen/DevSvr/logs -mtime +90 -type d -prune -print > /root/scripts/files-deleted ## Now let's log the directories we are going to delete. touch /root/scripts/deletelog ## We want to know when the files were deleted so we will append that to the log file. date >> /root/scripts/deletelog ## Now we go through and delete the directories that are over 90 days old ## and log the directories that we delete to the log file. for FILE in `cat /root/scripts/files-deleted` do echo Deleting $FILE ... >> /root/scripts/deletelog rm -Rf $FILE done ## Finally we will email a copy of the log file to the admin for his/(or her) review. cat /root/scripts/deletelog | mail -s "90 Day IDP log cleanup" email@example.com
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