UNIX find command - using multiple -name options


 
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UNIX find command - using multiple -name options

Hi all,

What am trying do is search for a directory that is owned by cm that only exists in a path that has a particular directory

ex: what I'm using now is
Code:
find . -user cm -name '*.rel' -type d -exec ls -dl {} \;

This is giving me stuff like this
Code:
./../../foo1/../../*.rel
./../../foo2/../../*.rel
./../../foo1/../../*.rel
etc..

I only want to see the .rel directories that are a sub-directory of foo2, not foo1

Is there any way to do this? Thanks in advanced.

Last edited by joeyg; 11-27-2012 at 04:21 PM.. Reason: Please wrap data and sripts with CodeTags
# 2  
try:
Code:
find . -user cm -name '*.rel' -type d -path '*/foo2/*' -exec ls -dl {} \;

# 3  
Thanks. That worked.
 

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