strclean - Removes outdated STREAMS error log files
/usr/sbin/strclean [-d logdir] [-a age]
Specifies a maximum age in days for the STREAMS error log files
if this not the default age of 3.
The value of age must be an integer greater than or less than 3.
Specifies a directory for the location
of the STREAMS error log files to be removed
if this is not the default directory /var/adm/streams.
The strclean command cleans the STREAMS error logger directory of log files (error.mm-dd) that contain error messages sent by the STREAMS log driver (strlog). If no other directory is specified (the logdir argument), the command removes error log files in the /var/adm/streams directory. If no other age is specified (the age argument), the command removes error log files that have not been modified in 3 days.
The strclean command is executed by the cron
daemon on a periodic basis.
To remove the day-old error log files from
a directory called /tmp/streams, enter:
strclean -d /tmp/streams -a 1
One or more error log file or files on which strclean operates.
The mm.dd in the filename indicates the month and day of the
messages contained in the file.
Commands: strerr(8), cron(8).
Interfaces: strlog(7). delim off