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NAME


strclean - STREAMS error logger cleanup program

SYNOPSIS


strclean [-a age] [-d logdir]


DESCRIPTION


strclean is used to clean up the STREAMS error logger directory on a
regular basis (for example, by using cron. By default, all files with
names matching error.* in /var/adm/streams that have not been modified
in the last three days are removed.

OPTIONS


The following options are supported:

-a age
The maximum age in days for a log file can be changed using
the -a option.


-d logdir
A directory other than /var/adm/streams can be specified
using the -d option.


EXAMPLES


Example 1: A sample of using the strclean command.




This example has the same result as running strclean with no arguments:


example% strclean -d /var/adm/streams -a 3


FILES


/var/adm/streams/error.*

SEE ALSO


cron(1M), strerr(1M), attributes(5)


NOTES


strclean is typically run from cron on a daily or weekly basis.


September 14, 1992 STRCLEAN(1M)