On Thu, Aug 07, 2008 at 11:04:13PM -0700, Walter Faleiro wrote:
> We have a script to cleanup filesystem.
> It contains the following lines in the code
>> DAYSPERMONTH=("31" "29" "31" "30" "31" "30" "31" "31" "30" "31" "30" "31" )
> CDSTAMP=`date '+%Y%m%d'`
>> bash-3.00# date '+%Y%m%d'
Unless the code runs through midnight the above is (possibly) pointless,
and might be making your life harder ?
However, what is line 37 doing / trying to do? - as you say, it sounds
like it's trying to parse it as octal. (based on the error message)
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