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    0: #!/usr/bin/perl
    2: #This is nothing special but it's the first real perl script I've done and I was interested
    3: #in hearing comments and opinions.  Sorry if it's a little remedial for everybody but I
    4: #think it beats the hell out of a hello world.
    6: #This program deletes old unneeded backup logs with the goofy site dependent timestamp
    7: #backup.MMDDYY.log.Z
    9: $now=time; #WHATS THE CURRENT DATE/TIME
    10: $deldate=$now-2419200;
    11: #GO BACK 20 WORK DAYS
    12: ($seconds,$minutes,$hour,$monthday,$month,$year,$weekday,$yearday,$dst_flag)=localtime($deldate);
    13: $month+=1; #FORMAT MONTH
    14: $month*=10000;
    15: $monthday*=100; #FORMAT DATE
    16: $year-=100; #FORMAT YEAR 
    17: $TS=$year+$month+$monthday; #FORMAT TIMESTAMP
    18: if ($TS < 100000) {
    19: 	$TS ="0$TS";
    20: }
    21: $fullstamp="backup.$TS.log.Z";
    22: unlink("/var/adm/$fullstamp"); #DELETE THE OLD LOGFILE

In reply to deletes timestamped logfiles (MMDDYY) based on actual time by tlay

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