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  1. #1
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    Lightbulb Unanswered: Log File Pruning Script

    I've attached a unix (aix) log file pruning script that may be useful for some people. I am also looking for input to make it better.

    You specify how many backups you want to keep logs for and the script will walk through the databases and get the first required log file for the specified backup and prune all logfiles prior to it. It does this for all local databases with archive logging enabled.

    Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.
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  2. #2
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    great

    that is great, you did a good job. But now I have no AIX platform. After getting one, I will use it firstly. Thanks

  3. #3
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    Re: great

    Thanks ddlldd2000. You should be able to do the same type of thing on NT (if that is your platform).

    Originally posted by ddlldd2000
    that is great, you did a good job. But now I have no AIX platform. After getting one, I will use it firstly. Thanks
    Last edited by jebber; 05-28-03 at 01:12.

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