storage, operating system
(GFR) An ITS and LISP Machine utility to remove files according to some program-automated or semi-automatic manual procedure, especially one designed to reclaim mass storage space or reduce name-space clutter (the original GFR actually moved files to tape).
See also prowler, reaper. Compare GC, which discards only provably worthless stuff.
[grim-hild] /ˈgrɪm hɪld/ noun 1. (in the Volsunga Saga) a sorceress, the wife of Gjuki and the mother of Gudrun and Gunnar. She gave Sigurd a potion to make him forget Brynhild so that he would marry Gudrun.
[grim-kee] /ˈgrɪm ki/ noun 1. Sarah Moore, 1792–1873, and her sister Angelina Emily, 1805–79, U.S. abolitionists and women’s-rights leaders.
[grim] /grɪm/ adjective, grimmer, grimmest. 1. stern and admitting of no appeasement or compromise: grim determination; grim necessity. 2. of a sinister or ghastly character; repellent: a grim joke. 3. having a harsh, surly, forbidding, or morbid air: a grim man but a just one; a grim countenance. 4. fierce, savage, or cruel: War is […]
[grim] /grɪm/ noun 1. Jakob Ludwig Karl [yah-kop loot-vikh kahrl,, lood-] /ˈyɑ kɒp ˈlut vɪx kɑrl,, ˈlud-/ (Show IPA), 1785–1863, and his brother Wilhelm Karl [vil-helm] /ˈvɪl hɛlm/ (Show IPA) 1786–1859, German philologists and folklorists. /ɡrɪm/ noun 1. Jakob Ludwig Karl (ˈjaːkɔp ˈluːtvɪç karl), 1785–1863, and his brother, Wilhelm Karl (ˈvɪlhɛlm karl), 1786–1859, German philologists […]