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Old 04-30-2010, 02:27 AM   #1
riteshanand40
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Find all files modified in a date range


Hi,

I need to know all files modified within a date and time range.

E.g: All modified files between 20 April 2010, 1100-1200 Hrs.

"find / -mtime +10 ! -mtime +11" :: this i found for date but how to include time as well.

Please suggest.

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Ritesh A.
 
Old 04-30-2010, 03:25 AM   #2
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If your version of find supports it you could use -newermt 'early_timestamp' -a ! -newermt 'late_timestamp' where *_timestamp are valid arguments to the -d option of the date command.

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Old 04-30-2010, 04:12 AM   #3
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In case the find version does not support the -newermt feature, it is a little more tricky, e.g.
Code:
$ touch -t 201004201059 /tmp/file1
$ touch -t 201004201200 /tmp/file2
$ find . -newer /tmp/file1 -a ! -newer /tmp/file2
Regarding the -mtime, -atime and -ctime tests, they take in account fractions of the day but are related to the current time.
 
  


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