Recorded: March 4, 2008
Your Hosts: Keith Albright, Rich Niemeier, and Steve Murawski
Show Length: 54:58

My apologies if you are a fellow Star Blazers fan. I played the theme song at the end, but it wouldn’t play properly no matter how I edited. I’ll throw a link in the blog if you want it.

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  1. 1
    Greg Milner
    March 7th, 2008 at 2:35 am

    Hi.

    Loved the program. I wanted to share a script I use to delete SQL Server .bak and .trn files that are more than X days old.
    You can change the defaults on the params and -inlcude, if yhou like, to include .txt or .log files.

    Cheers.

    ######################################################################
    # Script: Remove-OldFiles.ps1
    # Purpose: remove all files X days old in given folder (recursively)
    #
    # Create/Change History:
    # 8/13/2007 4:58:18 PM – gmilner: Created
    #
    # Parameters:
    # $folder -> directory from which to delete – RECURSIVE!
    # $dt -> Date after which to delete files
    #
    ######################################################################
    param( $folder = “C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL.1\MSSQL\Backup” , $dt =((Get-Date).AddDays(-5)))
    dir $folder -recurse -include *.trn,*.bak | where { $_.LastWriteTime -le $dt } | remove-item

  2. 2
    Jack @ The Tech Teapot
    March 7th, 2008 at 7:00 am

    Thanks for the link folks…

  3. 3
    Jason Von Ruden
    March 8th, 2008 at 7:34 am

    One Line DOS Batch Script to delete files x days old

    You need the FORFILES.EXE from one of the windows resource kits or free download from net.

    FORFILES -pC:\Backups\Daily -s -m*.* -d-30 -c”CMD /C del /Q @FILE”

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