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Your JoeDog had a requirements change. “Stupid requirements!” He had to ensure each file in a directory and all its sub-directories was less than eight days old. Unfortunately, Your Fido didn’t traverse directory trees. He stood watch only at the top of the tree.

That’s the problem with dogs: they have a mind of their own.

Without much effort, fido learned a new trick. It now recursively searches a directory for files. To leverage this feature, you’ll have to give it a command. “Recurse, boy, recurse!”

/export {
 rules = exceeds 7 days
 exclude = ^.|CVS|Makefile
 action = /usr/local/bin/
 recurse = true

recurse takes one of two values, true or false. True means search the tree and false means remain at the top level. If you don’t set a recurse directive, then fido will treat it as false, i.e., it will remain in the top directory.

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