"Recursive file organization?"

Post #302623547 by agama on Friday 13th of April 2012 08:01:08 PM

Full Discussion: Recursive file organization?
Oops, hadn't considered a rerun, or that there might be files already in the directory. Something like this would prevent it from trying to move files that had been moved:

Code:
find . -name "*.dpx"| while read f
do
    path=${f%/*}
    if [[ $path != *"2880x1640"* ]]  # skip if file is already below a 2880x directory
    then
        if [[ ! -d  $path/2880x1640 ]]
        then
            "mkdir $path/2880x1640"
        fi
        mv $f $path/2880x1640/
    fi
done



You can apply the same technique to the other script if you went with that one.
 
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csx_Parse_CISTPL_ORG(9F)				   Kernel Functions for Drivers 				  csx_Parse_CISTPL_ORG(9F)

NAME
csx_Parse_CISTPL_ORG - parse the Data Organization tuple SYNOPSIS
#include <sys/pccard.h> int32_t csx_Parse_CISTPL_ORG(client_handle_t ch, tuple_t *tu, cistpl_org_t *pt); INTERFACE LEVEL
Solaris DDI Specific (Solaris DDI) PARAMETERS
ch Client handle returned from csx_RegisterClient(9F). tu Pointer to a tuple_t structure (see tuple(9S)) returned by a call to csx_GetFirstTuple(9F) or csx_GetNextTuple(9F). pt Pointer to a cistpl_org_t structure which contains the parsed CISTPL_ORG tuple information upon return from this function. DESCRIPTION
This function parses the Data Organization tuple, CISTPL_ORG, into a form usable by PC Card drivers. The CISTPL_ORG tuple provides a text description of the organization. STRUCTURE MEMBERS
The structure members of cistpl_org_t are: uint32_t type; char desc[CIS_MAX_TUPLE_DATA_LEN]; The fields are defined as follows: type This field indicates type of data organization. desc[CIS_MAX_TUPLE_DATA_LEN] This field provides the text description of this organization. RETURN VALUES
CS_SUCCESS Successful operation. CS_BAD_HANDLE Client handle is invalid. CS_UNKNOWN_TUPLE Parser does not know how to parse tuple. CS_NO_CARD No PC Card in socket. CS_NO_CIS No Card Information Structure (CIS) on PC Card. CS_UNSUPPORTED_FUNCTION No PCMCIA hardware installed. CONTEXT
This function may be called from user or kernel context. SEE ALSO
csx_GetFirstTuple(9F), csx_GetTupleData(9F), csx_RegisterClient(9F), csx_ValidateCIS(9F), tuple(9S) PC Card 95 Standard, PCMCIA/JEIDA SunOS 5.11 24 Jan 1997 csx_Parse_CISTPL_ORG(9F)

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