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I have to list the files of particular directory using file filter like find -name abc* something and if multiple file exist I also want time of each file up to seconds.
Currently we are getting time up to minutes in AIX is there any way I can get file last modification time up to seconds. (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: Nitesh sahu
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I have a main folder 'home'. Lets say there is a folder 'bin' under 'home'. I want to check the list of files under subdirectories present under the /bin directory created in the last 24 hours.
I am using the following find command under home/bin directory:
find . -mtime -1 -print
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Discussion started by: DJose
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I want to list all files present in directory those contains one specific word but exclude other.
If possible suggest unix commands instead of script to do so.
List all files name from directory which are having "PROMOTION" word but not "LEN_PROMOTION".
Thanks (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: gauravgautam135
Ok I am just going to explain what I am running step by step
sftp > ls < when I run the command "ls" I get a long listing the old version,
on the new version I get a short listing
how can I change my new version to give me long listing by default (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: slufoot80
I have file system called /appspft has millions of files and I want to know exactly how many file under it
Pls advice with that command to verify number of files .. (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: Mr.AIX
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I am trying to find some files on a remote machine using the find command.
>ssh -q atukuri@remotehostname find /home/atukuri/ -name abc.txt
The above command works fine and lists the file, but if I want to do a long listing of files (ls -l) its not working . ... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: atukuri
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I noticed the other day that after i used the find command to search for some files, the computer listed them twice -- first with just the names of the files (meaning ./(then the individual file names), then with the directory name, followed by the file names (./directory name/file name). I was... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: Straitsfan
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Can some one help me out.
Please tell the unix command to cound the number of files in a folder.
Thanks manas (6 Replies)
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I've backed up several files to tape using tar, and wish to list those that have backed up.
% tar cvf /dev/rmt/2un /s_1/oradata/pgpub/config.ora
a /s_1/oradata/pgpub/config.ora 2 tape blocks
But when I go to list the files:
% tar tvf /dev/rmt/2un
tar: tape read error
What am I... (3 Replies)
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Does any one know how to get a recursive directory listing in long format (showing owner, group, permission etc) without listing the files contained in the directories.
The following command also shows the files but I only want to see the directories.
ls -lrtR * (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: psingh