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My issue is this, I need to list all the sub directories in a directory that contains files that have the extension *.log, *.dat and *.out . After reviewing the output i need to delete those directories i do not need. I am running Solaris 10 in a bash shell. I have a script that I... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: jsabo40
2. Shell Programming and Scripting
Can anyone come up with a unix command that lists
all the files, directories and sub-directories in the current directory
except a folder called log.?
Thank you in advance. (7 Replies)
Discussion started by: Manjunath B
3. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I want to search a server beginning at /home and list directories with more than X files
I found a hack that injects tons of files into a directory
How can I search the server recursively and list directories with more than X files?
find /home (directories, that meet the... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: vanessafan99
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I try to list all files in a folder, including all the subdirs (and their subdirs) and all files contained in each of these folders. I then print it to a simple txt file.
I use ls -R -1 >test.txt
This sort of does what I need, yet, the result is something like:
It reasonably comes... (53 Replies)
Discussion started by: dakke
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Please help me, how to get all the direcotries, its sub directories and its sub directories recursively, need to exclude all the files in the process.
I wanted to disply using a unix command all the directories recursively excluding files.
I tried 'ls -FR' but that display files as... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: pointers
6. Shell Programming and Scripting
I am looking for the correct syntax to find all files in the current directory without listing sub-directoris. I was using the following command, but it still returns subdirectoris and files inside them:
$ ls -laR | grep -v ^./
Any idea? Thanks
PS I am in ksh88 (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: aoussenko
I'm using Unix HP
I'm looking for a command which find the 20 (less or more) biggest files on / but which exclude every other files system
Thanks;) (7 Replies)
Discussion started by: Castelior
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I want to count how many levels there are under a directory. I repeat level.
Also how i count only all the files in a directoy ( all files of all directories of all leves down!)
and how can i count only all the directories under a directory (including subdirectories, all levels down)
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Discussion started by: psalas
is there any way how i can output the top 10-30 biggest files for all filesystem?
using du -sh * is quite tedious since i have to move from 1 directory at a time.
thanks (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: 3rr0r_3rr0r
10. Shell Programming and Scripting
I would like to list the files from all directories that has been modified more than 1 month ago, and whose name is like '*risk*log'.
I think a script like this should work :
ls -R | find -name '*risk*.log' -mtime 30 -type f
But it tells me "no file found" though I can see some.
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Discussion started by: Filippo