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Find command returning bad status--

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Any suggetions on this much appreciated
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would like to remove the post

Last edited by vk39221; 09-21-2011 at 02:03 PM..
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Unix Gurus !!! any idea?
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Are you in AIX?
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Yes... I am on AIX.

Is this the issue because of any temporary files in the same directory created by Unix and those could not be located by find command?

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