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Enter a command. For example: whois, phpbu, zeek, atom, cronic.

find

 
Find files or directories under the given directory tree, recursively. More information: https://manned.org/find.
 
  • Find files by extension:
     
    find {{root_path}} -name '{{*.ext}}'
     
  • Find files matching multiple path/name patterns:
     
    find {{root_path}} -path '{{**/path/**/*.ext}}' -or -name '{{*pattern*}}'
     
  • Find directories matching a given name, in case-insensitive mode:
     
    find {{root_path}} -type d -iname '{{*lib*}}'
     
  • Find files matching a given pattern, excluding specific paths:
     
    find {{root_path}} -name '{{*.py}}' -not -path '{{*/site-packages/*}}'
     
  • Find files matching a given size range:
     
    find {{root_path}} -size {{+500k}} -size {{-10M}}
     
  • Run a command for each file (use {} within the command to access the filename):
     
    find {{root_path}} -name '{{*.ext}}' -exec {{wc -l {} }}\;
     
  • Find files modified in the last 7 days and delete them:
     
    find {{root_path}} -daystart -mtime -{{7}} -delete
     
  • Find empty (0 byte) files and delete them:
     
    find {{root_path}} -type {{f}} -empty -delete

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