On Mon, Apr 09, 2007 at 06:54:07PM -0700, Rick Olson wrote:
> I'm assuming you've already taken care of this, but to answer your 
> original question in AWK form, you could have done the following:
> ls -l | awk '$8 == 2006 {system("rm " $9)}'

        i'Ll save your snippet to my growing %%% awk file in my ~/HowTo, 
        thankee much.  I'm in the first stages on a months-long trial on
        system tuning.  This, before I'd risk publishing anything.  So
        far tho, by upping and lower the NICE prio of various binaries, I
        have been able to get more than 70% efficient use out of my older
        servers.  ---This *ought* to carry over to my faster machines....

        Is tthere a way of using ps -alx | ask to look at nice and if it
        is non-zero (the default), to reset it to zero?

        Say that I've reniced xorg and mozilla to -9 for starters and
        reniced epiphany to -11.  Others may have a much lower NICE of
        19.  I don't know ask that well; is this on better left to
        something like C?  :-)  [[[ Something I can do?? :-) ]]]

        thanks in advance,



  Gary Kline  [EMAIL PROTECTED]   www.thought.org  Public Service Unix

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