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    Question Delete Files Older Than x Days - ForFiles.exe - Script Issues

    Hi,

    I'm having a little issue with a batch script that I've managed to create, using information from various posts and forums on the web but can't quite get it right.

    Can anyone offer any help?

    I'm wanting the script to check a folder's contents by the age and delete anything over 5 days old, the script I have at the minute is as follows:


    forfiles /p "C:\CCTV\Channel1\" /s /D -5 /M *.* -C "cmd /C del /Q"


    The command prompt then opens and lists a lot of files but then nothing is deleted once the process is complete.

    Thanks in advance

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    Here is what I use:

    forfiles /p C:\Folder\archive /s /Filename.* /d -8 /c "cmd /c del @FILE"

    Edit:
    Explaination This deletes all files named Filename from C:\Folder\archive over 8 days old.
    Last edited by creese; 11th January 2011 at 02:50 PM.

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    Unhappy

    Thanks for the reply Unfortunately... no luck

    I tried copying your text:

    forfiles /p C:\Folder\archive /s /Filename.* /d -8 /c "cmd /c del @FILE"
    but changing it to suit my needs

    forfiles /p C:\CCTV\Channel1/s /Filename.* /d -5 /c "cmd /c del @FILE"
    and the command prompt flashed up for a split second before disappearing and once again nothing had been done. So I put a pause in to see what had been done and this is what I've got:


    C:\CCTV\Channel1>forfiles /p C:\CCTV\Channel1 /s /FILENAME.* /d -5 /c "cmd /c de
    l @FILE"
    FORFILES v 1.1 - by Emmanuel Boersma - 4/98


    Syntax : FORFILES [-pPath] [-mSearch Mask] [-ccommand] [-dDDMMYY] [-s]

    -pPath Path where to start searching
    -mSearch Mask Search files according to <Search Mask>
    -cCommand Command to execute on each file(s)
    -d[+|-][DDMMYY|DD] Select files with date >= or <=DDMMYY (UTC)
    or files having date >= or <= (current date - DD days)
    -s Recurse directories
    -v Verbose mode

    The following variables can be used in Command :
    @FILE, @PATH, @RELPATH, @ISDIR, @FSIZE, @FDATE, @FTIME


    Default : <Directory : .> <Search Mask : *.*> <Command : "CMD /C Echo @FILE">
    Examples :
    FORFILES -pc:\ -s -m*.BAT -c"CMD /C Echo @FILE is a batch file"
    FORFILES -pc:\ -s -m*.* -c"CMD /C if @ISDIR==TRUE echo @FILE is a directory"
    FORFILES -pc:\ -s -m*.* -d-100 -c"CMD /C Echo @FILE : date >= 100 days"
    FORFILES -pc:\ -s -m*.* -d-010193 -c"CMD /C Echo @FILE is quite old!"

    C:\CCTV\Channel1>pause
    Press any key to continue . . .
    Any idea?

    Could it possibly be my version of forfiles.exe that I've downloaded? I got it from here
    Any help is greatly appreciated

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    You've left out the space between C:\CCTV\Channel1 and the /s

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    In the actual batch file there is a space.... I have no idea how I've managed to make a typo when copying and pasting though

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    This is the script I use for deleting SIMS and FMS backups older than 7 days. Obviously using *.* will delete any files in the given directory older than 7 days.

    FORFILES /P "D:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL10.SIMS2008\MSSQL\Backup" /S /M *.* /D -7 /C "CMD /C del /Q @FILE"

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    Now you have me confused.

    You have
    C:\CCTV\Channel1>forfiles /p C:\CCTV\Channel1 /s /FILENAME.* /d -5 /c "cmd /c de
    l @FILE"

    It should be
    forfiles /p C:\CCTV\Channel1 /s /FILENAME.* /d -5 /c "cmd /c de
    l @FILE"

    It's stopping after
    C:\CCTV\Channel1>

    If you want to delete all files change FILENAME to * or it will only delete files called FILENAME

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    This is the script I use for deleting SIMS and FMS backups older than 7 days. Obviously using *.* will delete any files in the given directory older than 7 days.

    FORFILES /P "D:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL10.SIMS2008\MSSQL\Backup" /S /M *.* /D -7 /C "CMD /C del /Q @FILE"
    Again nothing. Doesn't even whizz through all the files.

    You have
    C:\CCTV\Channel1>forfiles /p C:\CCTV\Channel1 /s /FILENAME.* /d -5 /c "cmd /c de
    l @FILE"
    The C:\CCTV\Channel1> bit before the forfiles /p C:\CCTV was from Command prompt and not actually text in the batch file. That was what I was left with after running the batch using the script you left.

    If you want to delete all files change FILENAME to * or it will only delete files called FILENAME
    I've also tried it both ways with no luck.

    I have found that if I use the script you have both mentioned:

    forfiles /p C:\CCTV\Channel1 /s /FILENAME.* /d -5 /c "cmd /c del @FILE"
    -
    if I put a \ on the end of my directory path so its -
    forfiles /p C:\CCTV\Channel1\ /s /FILENAME.* /d -5 /c "cmd /c del @FILE"
    -

    then it whizzes through all the files in the folder as though it's actually checking the files but it is still not deleting them.
    I have files in their since the 1st of Januray 2011 so the 5days shouldn't be a problem.


    Sorry to be a pain

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    Quote Originally Posted by gtg93 View Post
    Sorry to be a pain
    No need to be sorry.

    If you are still using FILENAME change it to an asterix * that will then delete all files. It is looking for a file called FILENAME. I use it to select certain filenames, it seems you don't want to select. Does that make sense. the FILENAME bit is mine not the forfiles.

    so
    forfiles /p C:\CCTV\Channel1\ /s /m *.* /d -5 /c "cmd /c del @FILE"

    Oops. Just realised I left out the /m bad editing
    Last edited by creese; 11th January 2011 at 03:58 PM.

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    Are the files to be deleted in the Channel1 directory, if so you probably don't need the \ after it.

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    If you are still using FILENAME change it to an asterix * that will then delete all files.
    I tried this at the beginning with no luck... I've also tried replacing filename with one of the actual names of a file and again nothing.

    Also, all the files are .raw files so I also tried *.raw but still no luck... I'm guessing that would be right < ? I've never used forfiles before.


    Are the files to be deleted in the Channel1 directory, if so you probably don't need the \ after it.
    The files to be deleted are in the channel1 directory but without the \ it just shows the same as it would if i opened command prompt and typed in "forfiles"

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    Just had a thought..... you do have forfiles.exe on your system?

    EDIT:

    If not you can download it from here: http://www.ipass.net/davesisk/oont_download_forfiles.htm
    Last edited by creese; 11th January 2011 at 04:19 PM.

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    Yes it's definitely installed, I've just got it today... but possibly an earlier version?

    I'll download the one you've linked tomorrow when I'm back at work and let you know the results.
    Thanks again

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    I'm wanting the script to check a folder's contents by the age and delete anything over 5 days old
    One thing to keep in mind with your forfiles command is that it will delete the files regardless of whether there are new ones to take their place. For example, say there was an issue with your CCTV system and it didn't record anything for an entire week, you would end up with a completely empty Channel1 folder because all of the files are older than five days.

    The VBScript below attempts to solve this problem by making sure that there are always five days worth of files kept, even if some of the files are actually older than five days (hopefully that makes sense?).

    Code:
    Option Explicit
    
    CONST adFldIsNullable = &H00000020 
    CONST adVarChar = 200 
    CONST adDate = 7 
    CONST adOpenDynamic = 2 
    CONST adUseClient = 3 
    Const ForReading = 1, ForWriting = 2, ForAppending = 8
    ' Set DEBUGOUTPUT to true to output to the console as well as logfile
    CONST DEBUGOUTPUT = TRUE
    
    Dim objFSO
    Dim objFolder, colFiles, File
    Dim objRunningLogFile
    Dim objRS, intFailedDays, intSuccessfulDays, dteWorkingDate, dteNewestDate
    Dim intDeleteFilesCount
    
    ' ******************************************************************************************
    ' Customization section:
    '  strRunningLogFile will contain lists all last successful days, failed days, and deleted files
    '  strTargetFolder is the location to scan for files, not recursive
    '  DaysOfBackupsToKeep is # of days worth of data to store.  If the backups are weekly, set to 30 or more
    ' ******************************************************************************************
    CONST strRunningLogFile = "C:\CCTV\RunningLog.txt"
    CONST strTargetFolder = "C:\CCTV\Channel1"
    CONST DayOfBackupsToKeep = 5
    
    Set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")  
    Set objfolder = objFSO.GetFolder(strTargetFolder)
    
    Set objRS = CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset")
    With objRS
       .CursorLocation = adUseClient 
       .CursorType = adOpenDynamic
       .Fields.Append "Name", adVarChar, 255, adFldIsNullable
       .Fields.Append "Path", adVarChar, 255, adFldIsNullable
       .Fields.Append "DateMod", adDate, 32, adFldIsNullable
       .Open
    End With
    
    Set colFiles = objFolder.Files
    
    For Each File in colFiles
       With objRS
          .AddNew
          .Fields("Name") = File.Name
          .Fields("Path") = File.Path
          .Fields("DateMod") = File.DateLastModified
          .Update
       End With
    Next
    
    objRS.Sort = "DateMod DESC"
    If NOT objRS.EOF Then
       objRS.MoveFirst
    End If
    
    intFailedDays = 0
    intSuccessfulDays = 0
    intDeleteFilesCount = 0
    
    dteWorkingDate = Date
    
    Set objRunningLogFile = objFSO.OpenTextFile(strRunningLogFile, ForAppending, True)
    objRunningLogFile.WriteLine vbCrLf & "------------------------------------------------------------------"
    objRunningLogFile.WriteLine "Run time: " & Now
    If DEBUGOUTPUT Then
       WScript.Echo "Report for " & strTargetFolder & " on " & Now
    End IF
    If NOT objRS.EOF Then
       objRunningLogFile.WriteLine "Most Recent Backup File dated: " & ObjRS.Fields("DateMod") & ", " &_
                                   DateDiff("d", ObjRS.Fields("DateMod"), Date) & " day(s) ago."
       If DEBUGOUTPUT Then
          WScript.Echo "Most Recent Backup File dated: " & ObjRS.Fields("DateMod") & ", " &_
                        DateDiff("d", ObjRS.Fields("DateMod"), Date) & " day(s) ago."
       End If
    End If
    
    Do Until objRS.EOF
       If intSuccessfulDays < DayOfBackupsToKeep Then
          If DateDiff("d", objRS.Fields("DateMod"), dteWorkingDate) = 0 Then
             objRunningLogFile.WriteLine dteWorkingDate & ": " & vbTab & objRS.Fields("Name")
             If DEBUGOUTPUT Then
                WScript.Echo dteWorkingDate & ": " & vbTab & objRS.Fields("Name")
             End If
             intSuccessfulDays = intSuccessfulDays +1
             If intSuccessfulDays = 1 Then
                objRunningLogFile.WriteLine "Newest File: " & objRS.Fields("Name") & " - Modified: " & objRS.Fields("DateMod")
             End If
             objRS.MoveNext
             Do Until objRS.EOF
                If DateDiff("d", objRS.Fields("DateMod"), dteWorkingDate) = 0 Then
                   objRunningLogFile.WriteLine vbTab & vbTab & objRS.Fields("Name")
                   If DEBUGOUTPUT Then
                      Wscript.Echo vbTab & vbTab & objRS.Fields("Name")
                   End If
                   objRS.MoveNext
                Else
                   dteWorkingDate = DateAdd("d", -1, dteWorkingDate)
                   Exit Do
                End if
             Loop 
          Else
             If DateDiff("d", Date, dteWorkingDate) <> 0 Then
                objRunningLogFile.WriteLine dteWorkingDate & ": No Backup Found!!"
                intFailedDays = intFailedDays + 1
                If DEBUGOUTPUT Then
                   Wscript.Echo dteWorkingDate & ": No Backup Found!!"
                End If
             End If
             dteWorkingDate = DateAdd("d", -1, dteWorkingDate)
          End If
       Else
          On Error Resume Next
             objFSO.DeleteFile(objRS.Fields("Path"))
             If Err.Number = 0 Then
                intDeleteFilesCount = intDeleteFilesCount + 1
                
                objRunningLogFile.WriteLine objRS.Fields("Path") & " Deleted Successfully."
                If DEBUGOUTPUT Then 
                   WScript.Echo objRS.Fields("Path") & " Deleted Successfully."
                End If
             Else
                objRunningLogFile.WriteLine objRS.Fields("Path") & " CANNOT BE DELETED!! Error was " &_
                                         CStr(Err.Number) & " " & Err.Description
                If DEBUGOUTPUT Then
                   WScript.Echo objRS.Fields("Path") & " CANNOT BE DELETED!! Error was " &_
                             CStr(Err.Number) & " " & Err.Description
                End If
                Err.Clear
             End If
          On Error Goto 0
          
          objRS.MoveNext
       End If
    Loop
    
    objRunningLogFile.WriteLine vbCrLf & "Successful Days: " & intSuccessfulDays
    objRunningLogFile.WriteLine "Failed Days: " & intFailedDays
    objRunningLogFile.WriteLine "Deleted Files: " & intDeleteFilesCount
    objRunningLogFile.Close
    If DEBUGOUTPUT Then
       WScript.Echo vbCrLf & "Successful Days: " & intSuccessfulDays
       WScript.Echo "Failed Days: " & intFailedDays
       WScript.Echo "Deleted Files: " & intDeleteFilesCount
    End If
    
    ' Source: http://arstechnica.com/civis/viewtopic.php?p=21080024#p21080024

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur View Post
    One thing to keep in mind with your forfiles command is that it will delete the files regardless of whether there are new ones to take their place. For example, say there was an issue with your CCTV system and it didn't record anything for an entire week, you would end up with a completely empty Channel1 folder because all of the files are older than five days.

    The VBScript below attempts to solve this problem by making sure that there are always five days worth of files kept, even if some of the files are actually older than five days (hopefully that makes sense?).

    Code:
    Option Explicit
    
    CONST adFldIsNullable = &H00000020 
    CONST adVarChar = 200 
    CONST adDate = 7 
    CONST adOpenDynamic = 2 
    CONST adUseClient = 3 
    Const ForReading = 1, ForWriting = 2, ForAppending = 8
    ' Set DEBUGOUTPUT to true to output to the console as well as logfile
    CONST DEBUGOUTPUT = TRUE
    
    Dim objFSO
    Dim objFolder, colFiles, File
    Dim objRunningLogFile
    Dim objRS, intFailedDays, intSuccessfulDays, dteWorkingDate, dteNewestDate
    Dim intDeleteFilesCount
    
    ' ******************************************************************************************
    ' Customization section:
    '  strRunningLogFile will contain lists all last successful days, failed days, and deleted files
    '  strTargetFolder is the location to scan for files, not recursive
    '  DaysOfBackupsToKeep is # of days worth of data to store.  If the backups are weekly, set to 30 or more
    ' ******************************************************************************************
    CONST strRunningLogFile = "C:\CCTV\RunningLog.txt"
    CONST strTargetFolder = "C:\CCTV\Channel1"
    CONST DayOfBackupsToKeep = 5
    
    Set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")  
    Set objfolder = objFSO.GetFolder(strTargetFolder)
    
    Set objRS = CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset")
    With objRS
       .CursorLocation = adUseClient 
       .CursorType = adOpenDynamic
       .Fields.Append "Name", adVarChar, 255, adFldIsNullable
       .Fields.Append "Path", adVarChar, 255, adFldIsNullable
       .Fields.Append "DateMod", adDate, 32, adFldIsNullable
       .Open
    End With
    
    Set colFiles = objFolder.Files
    
    For Each File in colFiles
       With objRS
          .AddNew
          .Fields("Name") = File.Name
          .Fields("Path") = File.Path
          .Fields("DateMod") = File.DateLastModified
          .Update
       End With
    Next
    
    objRS.Sort = "DateMod DESC"
    If NOT objRS.EOF Then
       objRS.MoveFirst
    End If
    
    intFailedDays = 0
    intSuccessfulDays = 0
    intDeleteFilesCount = 0
    
    dteWorkingDate = Date
    
    Set objRunningLogFile = objFSO.OpenTextFile(strRunningLogFile, ForAppending, True)
    objRunningLogFile.WriteLine vbCrLf & "------------------------------------------------------------------"
    objRunningLogFile.WriteLine "Run time: " & Now
    If DEBUGOUTPUT Then
       WScript.Echo "Report for " & strTargetFolder & " on " & Now
    End IF
    If NOT objRS.EOF Then
       objRunningLogFile.WriteLine "Most Recent Backup File dated: " & ObjRS.Fields("DateMod") & ", " &_
                                   DateDiff("d", ObjRS.Fields("DateMod"), Date) & " day(s) ago."
       If DEBUGOUTPUT Then
          WScript.Echo "Most Recent Backup File dated: " & ObjRS.Fields("DateMod") & ", " &_
                        DateDiff("d", ObjRS.Fields("DateMod"), Date) & " day(s) ago."
       End If
    End If
    
    Do Until objRS.EOF
       If intSuccessfulDays < DayOfBackupsToKeep Then
          If DateDiff("d", objRS.Fields("DateMod"), dteWorkingDate) = 0 Then
             objRunningLogFile.WriteLine dteWorkingDate & ": " & vbTab & objRS.Fields("Name")
             If DEBUGOUTPUT Then
                WScript.Echo dteWorkingDate & ": " & vbTab & objRS.Fields("Name")
             End If
             intSuccessfulDays = intSuccessfulDays +1
             If intSuccessfulDays = 1 Then
                objRunningLogFile.WriteLine "Newest File: " & objRS.Fields("Name") & " - Modified: " & objRS.Fields("DateMod")
             End If
             objRS.MoveNext
             Do Until objRS.EOF
                If DateDiff("d", objRS.Fields("DateMod"), dteWorkingDate) = 0 Then
                   objRunningLogFile.WriteLine vbTab & vbTab & objRS.Fields("Name")
                   If DEBUGOUTPUT Then
                      Wscript.Echo vbTab & vbTab & objRS.Fields("Name")
                   End If
                   objRS.MoveNext
                Else
                   dteWorkingDate = DateAdd("d", -1, dteWorkingDate)
                   Exit Do
                End if
             Loop 
          Else
             If DateDiff("d", Date, dteWorkingDate) <> 0 Then
                objRunningLogFile.WriteLine dteWorkingDate & ": No Backup Found!!"
                intFailedDays = intFailedDays + 1
                If DEBUGOUTPUT Then
                   Wscript.Echo dteWorkingDate & ": No Backup Found!!"
                End If
             End If
             dteWorkingDate = DateAdd("d", -1, dteWorkingDate)
          End If
       Else
          On Error Resume Next
             objFSO.DeleteFile(objRS.Fields("Path"))
             If Err.Number = 0 Then
                intDeleteFilesCount = intDeleteFilesCount + 1
                
                objRunningLogFile.WriteLine objRS.Fields("Path") & " Deleted Successfully."
                If DEBUGOUTPUT Then 
                   WScript.Echo objRS.Fields("Path") & " Deleted Successfully."
                End If
             Else
                objRunningLogFile.WriteLine objRS.Fields("Path") & " CANNOT BE DELETED!! Error was " &_
                                         CStr(Err.Number) & " " & Err.Description
                If DEBUGOUTPUT Then
                   WScript.Echo objRS.Fields("Path") & " CANNOT BE DELETED!! Error was " &_
                             CStr(Err.Number) & " " & Err.Description
                End If
                Err.Clear
             End If
          On Error Goto 0
          
          objRS.MoveNext
       End If
    Loop
    
    objRunningLogFile.WriteLine vbCrLf & "Successful Days: " & intSuccessfulDays
    objRunningLogFile.WriteLine "Failed Days: " & intFailedDays
    objRunningLogFile.WriteLine "Deleted Files: " & intDeleteFilesCount
    objRunningLogFile.Close
    If DEBUGOUTPUT Then
       WScript.Echo vbCrLf & "Successful Days: " & intSuccessfulDays
       WScript.Echo "Failed Days: " & intFailedDays
       WScript.Echo "Deleted Files: " & intDeleteFilesCount
    End If
    
    ' Source: http://arstechnica.com/civis/viewtopic.php?p=21080024#p21080024
    You vbscript addict lol , only kidding. Beat me to it though, not been on edugeek very often or for long enough in the last few months or so.

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