Find folders with timestamp and disk space used

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Old 06-18-2012
Find folders with timestamp and disk space used


I want write a script that finds a set of folders written between a certain time and then find the disk space used by those folders. Can someone please help.

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Old 06-18-2012
# set the oldest to jan 01 2012
touch -t 201201010000  ./oldest
# set the newest jun 01 2012
touch -t 201201060000  ./newest

find /path/to/search   -type d \( -newer ./oldest -a ! -newer ./newest \) |
while read dir
   du -s $dir

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