Some help with script

Hello,

I am not good with ruby , but I must change something in a script. Can
someone help me in the right direction ?


def initialize
# This is the directory where amavisd-new stores the quarantined
emails.
@directory = “/home/amavis/quarantine”
@dateline = (Date.today - 1).strftime("%Y%m%d")
@report_date = (Date.today - 1).strftime("%d/%m/%y")
# This is the file pattern used to match the quarantined spam
# emails in the quarantined email directory. This is used so that
# only spam (and not virii etc.) from the report day are matched.
@file_patt = “spam--#{@dateline}-.gz”
@spams = Array.new

The directory with the spamfiles I need is in
/home/amavis/quarantaine/2007-01-17-spam

But this should always be yesterday !

Files in this directory are like : spam-prAizOahLojn.gz
(Anything with spam-*)

I should change something like : Date.today - 1
But what date syntax ?

I would really appreciate your help !

Greetings… Richard Smits

On 18.01.2007 13:22, R.Smits wrote:

@dateline = (Date.today - 1).strftime("%Y%m%d")

But this should always be yesterday !

Files in this directory are like : spam-prAizOahLojn.gz
(Anything with spam-*)

I should change something like : Date.today - 1
But what date syntax ?

I don’t understand: the script reads already “Date.today - 1”. So what
is your problem?

Regards

robert

Robert K. wrote:

@directory = "/home/amavis/quarantine"

Regards

robert

I got it,

I needed :

 @dateline = (Date.today - 1).strftime("%Y-%m-%d")
 @directory = "/home/amavis/quarantine/#{@dateline}-spam"
 @file_patt = "spam-*.gz"

But now I get a :
./sa-daily-report.rb:101: warning: attempt to close unfinished zstream;
reset forced.

There are A LOT of files in that directory, so my guess is that it takes
to long.

Greetings… Richard

On 2007/01/18, at 13:35, R.Smits wrote:

But now I get a :
./sa-daily-report.rb:101: warning: attempt to close unfinished
zstream; reset forced.

Ahem… What’s on that line?

Paulo Jorge Duarte
[email protected]

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