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Old 02-14-2017
Your last sample can be written as
Code:
#!/bin/bash 
LOG_DIRS="/Sandbox/logs1 /Sandbox/logs2 /Sandbox/logs3 /Sandbox/logs4"
for log_dir in $LOG_DIRS
do
  for file in "$log_dir"/*
  do
    # ensure it is a file and not yet gzipped
    if [ -f "$file" ] && [[ $file != *.gz ]]
    then
      gzip "$file"
    fi
  done
done


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