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Posted on 2002-07-07
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I want to create a little script to delete file older than 30 day.

i try to find all file older than 30 day with the command
: find / -ctime +30

Does anyone know how to redirect find command output in a rm command ?? Or a rm option to delete file older than 30 day?

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find / -ctime +30 -exec rm {} \;
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thanks a lot
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