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How can I automate a purge on all volumes for deleted

How can I automate a purge on all volumes for deleted

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files? I'm using Novell 5x and I would like to setup some type of automate purge utility to run on all volumes.

thanks

RE: How can I automate a purge on all volumes for deleted

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How would I setup the following purge command in a crontab job? I loaded the toolbox.nlm already.

purge Testserver/sys: /a /d=07 8 0 * * su..sa

;;Above I'm trying to purge all files/directories on the sys volume every day and every day of the month at 8am. I also want to include the following:

purge Testserver/vol1: /a /d=07 10 0 * * su..sa

;;above on the same server I aslo want to schedule a purge command on vol1 for everyday and everyday of the month starting at 10am.

RE: How can I automate a purge on all volumes for deleted

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I was able to create a mypurge.ncf file with the following information: purge sys:\*.* -a to start at 10am. I have toolbox loaded. When the mypurge.ncf file executed it abended my server with a authentication credentials. Is there anyway to avoid this?

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