System administration command. Recursively remove regular files and directories in directory with access times older than hours. Specify the directory as an absolute path. This command is usually invoked by cron to remove old files in the /tmp directory.
Remove all file types.
Make decision on last inode change time for files and modification time for directories instead of access time.
Do not remove directories.
Force removal of read-only files (similar to rm -f).
Don’t remove symbolic links.
Make decision on last modification time instead of access time.
Make directory deletion decisions based on modification time.
Report only fatal errors.
Before deleting, attempt to use fuser to see if a file is in use.
Verbosely test command, but don’t actually remove files.
Make decision on access time. (This is the default.)
Don’t delete files owned by user, specified by name or user ID.
Print more details. Use two times to further increase the detail of the output.
Skip the specified path, the absolute path of a directory or file.