I want to rm all the files that I get when I run
find search-3S-beta |grep "\.log\."
What would be the command?
Find can do the deletion for you using the -delete option. Combining the rest of your command into a single find line, this will become:
find search-3S-beta -name '*.log.*' -delete
find search-3S-beta -name '*.log.*' -print0 |xargs -0 rm
find ... -delete
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1 year ago