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Re: Which directory contents I can remove??



So this is the script that linux uses?
Or this script is used by you?
--- On Sun, 6/7/09, Bruno Wolff III <bruno wolff to> wrote:

> From: Bruno Wolff III <bruno wolff to>
> Subject: Re: Which directory contents I can remove??
> To: "Steve Searle" <steve stevesearle com>
> Cc: "Community assistance, encouragement, and advice for using Fedora." <fedora-list redhat com>
> Date: Sunday, June 7, 2009, 10:25 PM
> On Sun, Jun 07, 2009 at 11:29:36
> +0100,
>   Steve Searle <steve stevesearle com>
> wrote:
> > Around 03:03am on Sunday, June 07, 2009 (UK time),
> Bruno Wolff III scrawled:
> > > Normally you don't have to. There is supposed to
> be cron job that deletes
> > > files /tmp and /var/tmp that haven't been read or
> written in a while.
> > 
> > Supposed to be, or is?  Can you give any more
> information, esp what it
> > is called?
> > 
> > I alsways create my own, and put it in
> /etc/cron.daily
> 
> That's were the installed one goes.
> 
> bash-4.0$ rpm -q --whatprovides /etc/cron.daily/tmpwatch
> tmpwatch-2.9.14-1.i586
> bash-4.0$ cat /etc/cron.daily/tmpwatch
> #! /bin/sh
> flags=-umc
> /usr/sbin/tmpwatch "$flags" -x /tmp/.X11-unix -x
> /tmp/.XIM-unix \
>     -x /tmp/.font-unix -x /tmp/.ICE-unix -x
> /tmp/.Test-unix 10d /tmp
> /usr/sbin/tmpwatch "$flags" 30d /var/tmp
> for d in
> /var/{cache/man,catman}/{cat?,X11R6/cat?,local/cat?}; do
>     if [ -d "$d" ]; then
>     /usr/sbin/tmpwatch "$flags" -f 30d "$d"
>     fi
> done
> 
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