Log file cleanup issue in a Unix bash shell environment. My development environment consist of about 60-80 J2EE developers at any given time. Most developer are unit testing and integration their code through the day. Each developer's execution of their application generates multiple log files. I need to absolutely insure that prior to each developer's execution run all of their previous set of log files are deleted/removed. One thing in common the log files for a specific developer all will have the same userid embedded in a set of logs. I need an bash example of deleting all the common logs before the developer is allowed to invoke their next test run of the application.