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Old 12-21-2011
Unable to execute the complete cmd - using find command

Hi,

I'm unable to execute the below command completely ; it's not allowing me to type the complete command. It is allowing till "xargs" and i cannot even press enter after that.

I'm using Solaris. Let me know if anything needs to be added so as to execute the complete command. Appreciate your help in this regard.

Many thanks in advance.

Quote:
find . \( -iname "*.bak*" -o -iname "*_bak*" -o -iname "*.bkup*" -o -iname "*_bkup*" -o -iname "*.[0-9][0-9]*" -o -iname "*_[0-9][0-9]*" -o -iname "*gcms*" -o -iname "*_gcms*" -o -iname "*itcm*" -o -iname "*_itcm*" \) -mtime +10 | grep -v "snapshot" | xargs ls -ltr

Regards,
Venkat
# 2  
Old 12-21-2011
Put it in a file and execute it .. Smilie
# 3  
Old 12-21-2011
Thanks.

I tried in the same way by putting it in a file and executing (./<<file name>> ), getting the "ls -ltr" output but not the desired one.

#!/bin/csh
Quote:
find . \( -iname "*.bak*" -o -iname "*_bak*" -o -iname "*.bkup*" -o -iname "*_bkup*" -o -iname "*.[0-9][0-9]*" -o -iname "*_[0-9][0-9]*" -o -iname "*gcms*" -o -iname "*_gcmc*" -o -iname "*itnb*" -o -iname "*_itnb*" \) -mtime +10 | grep -v "snapshot" | xargs ls -ltr
# 4  
Old 12-21-2011
No the desired one ..then what is the expected output you need ..
# 5  
Old 12-21-2011
if the results of find is NULL, xargs lists everything where s in the current directory(.)
# 6  
Old 12-21-2011
Jayan - I'm expecting the output with all the files that have the matching patterns given in the find command.
# 7  
Old 12-21-2011
Just customized your find command .. Try and let us know ..
Code:
find $DIR -type f \( -iname "*bak*" -o -iname "*bkup*" -o -iname "*[0-9][0-9]*" -o -iname "*gcm[sc]*" -o -iname "*itnb*" \) -mtime +10 -exec ls -ltr {} \; 2>/dev/null | grep -v snapshot

 

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