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Re: [hobbit] Antwort: Re: [hobbit] cleanup hostdata and histlogs
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- Subject: Re: [hobbit] Antwort: Re: [hobbit] cleanup hostdata and histlogs
- From: Rich Smrcina <rsmrcina (at) wi.rr.com>
- Date: Mon, 01 Feb 2010 09:16:00 -0600
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On 02/01/2010 08:49 AM, thorsten.erdmann (at) daimler.com wrote:
I suggest checking the list archive, but based on how much historical
information you require I'm inclined to say yes.
> On 02/01/2010 07:40 AM, thorsten.erdmann (at) daimler.com wrote:
> > Hello
> > is there a way to cleanup hostdata and histlogs automaticly? Lets say
> > delete all files older than half a year or so. May I do that via
> > is there a special Hobbit-way to do it.
> > Thanks
> > Thorsten Erdmann
> Take a look at the trimhistory command.
Ok, trimhistory cleans up the histlogs, but not the hostdata. I did
./trimhistory --cutoff=`expr \`date +%s\` - 31536000` --drop --droplogs
Can I simply delete the old hostdata files?
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