Delete assets offline since a particular date using the API

Delete assets offline since a particular date using the API

This script / procedure outlines the process to delete assets which have been offline before a particular date.


Prerequisite tools


iusql

urestapi


Procedure


Download api key from Uptycs UI

Download attached script, delete_offline_assets_since.sh

    chmod +x delete_offline_assets_since.sh

Execute the script using following parameters

    ./delete_offline_assets_since.sh <api_key_file> "<date>"

    e.g. ./delete_offline_assets_since.sh my_api_key_file.json "2019-01-01"


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