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delete files automatically

Hi,

I´am using sbcon for backing up my Netware 6.5 SP6 Server. My problem is, the I have to delete the logfiles always manually, otherwise my SYS volume runs out of disk space. Is there a way to delete files automatically that are older than x days perscript or something else?

Thanks for response,
Sebastian
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Re: delete files automatically

Sebastian Hochrein,
> I´am using sbcon for backing up my Netware 6.5 SP6 Server. My problem is, the I have to delete the logfiles always manually, otherwise my SYS volume runs out of disk space. Is there a way to delete files automatically that are older than x days perscript or something else?


Not built in, no. You might be able to script something in Java or use something like TaskMaster

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Re: delete files automatically

TaskMaster Lite (http://www.avanti-tech.com) would do that easily.

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