UNTMP(1)                                                              UNTMP(1)



NAME
       untmp - clean files out of /tmp

SYNOPSIS
       untmp [-nv] [-T path] [login]
       untmp -h
       untmp -V

DESCRIPTION
       Untmp removes all the files from /tmp owned by the invoker.  It is use-
       ful for those developing programs which  use  temporary  files  or  for
       stopping a C compilation cold.

       If  a  user  name  is  given, then files in /tmp owned by that user are
       removed rather than the files owned by the invoker.

OPTIONS
       -h
              Output only a brief help message.

       -n
              Do not really remove any files, just trace actions.

       -T path
              Search the given  colon  separated  path  for  crufty  files  to
              unlink.

       -v
              Trace actions as files are removed.

       -V
              Output only a standard version string.

EXAMPLES
       untmp
              The  common  usage  to cleanup all the temporary files from /tmp
              and /var/tmp.

       untmp -T $TMPDIR
              A more explicit version of the same request.

BUGS
       Only the superuser may specify another login name.

SEE ALSO
       kruft(8l), purge(8l), rm(1), preend(8l)



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