find and remove old compressed backup files

find /home -type f \( -name "*.sql.gz" -o -name "*.tar.gz" -mtime +10 \) -exec rm -rf {} \;
remove all compressed files in /home/ folder not created in the last 10 days

By: shantanuo
2020-02-19 10:49:28

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