This is the full file name I get when I do
ls -lt from my current directory.
File names also consist of date as well. In the above file date is
So I am trying to delete all the files which starts with
EXPORT_v1x0 and whose date is less than
I am using the below script from the command line to delete the files
find . -name "EXPORT_v1x0*" | awk -F'_' '$3<20120825' | xargs rm
But whenever I use the above command to delete the files, I always get this below exception.
rm: ./EXPORT_v1x0_20120811_11_T_065800_070000.dat.gz not removed: Disc quota exceeded
Can anyone tell me what does this exception means? And how to overcome this problem?
I am running
bash-3.00$ uname -a SunOS lvsaishdc3in0001 5.10 Generic_142901-02 i86pc i386 i86pc