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Old 01-24-2011
help in ksh scripting in aix

Hello gurus

I am looking for a script :

We need to generate a file list created by user id on a AIX box.

Criteria 1: other than userid : dwimpid & aiadmin
Criteria 2: Files older than 2 months ( it can be any user id ).

File Path to Look: /project and /project1

Thx
silu
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Old 01-24-2011
Try:
Code:
find /project /project1 -mtime +60 -o -user dwimpid -o -user aiadmin

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Old 01-24-2011
Sorry, do you mean in criteria 1 "any ownership other than dwimpid and aiadmin" ?
If so:
Code:
find /project /project1 -mtime +60 -o \! \( -user dwimpid -o -user aiadmin \) -print

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Old 01-24-2011
many thx for the reply ..But one more clarification

hi

The following command when executed is not printing the files created by users .I donot want the files created by users dwimpid & aiadmin



I just need the report in the form of txt of various files created by any user except users such as dwimpid & aiadmin on /project and /project1 directories .Those files should be older than 2 months


Hope i am clear
thx!
silu
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Old 01-24-2011
So files that are older than 2 months AND are NOT owned by dwimpid or aiadmin ?
Code:
find /project /project1 -mtime +60 -a \! -user dwimpid -a \! -user aiadmin -print

"-a" is AND, "-o" is OR, "\!" is NOT. If you use or, you have to be careful of precedence so use brackets "\(" and "\)"...

I hope this helps...
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Old 01-24-2011
My hearty thanks and appreciate all the brain work

Thankssssssssssssssssss a lot !!!!Smilie

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Thanks for the earliar reply ,If i executes the command given by you its showing the names of files

Is there anyoption to print the owner of the file too ?

Thx!
silu
# 7  
Old 01-24-2011
If you have GNU "find", you can use "-ls" instead of "-print". Otherwise you could use something like:
Code:
find /project /project1 -mtime +60 -a \! -user dwimpid -a \! -user aiadmin -exec ls -ld {} \;

to view the ownership...
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