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Old 02-04-2004, 11:26 PM   #1
a128
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how to find directories created in the last 30 mins?


I think this is supposed to be an easy one but I can't quite figure it out:

I need to find, under the current directory, all the subdirectories that were _created_ in the last 30 minutes. I've tried using the find command but the find command does not seem to have an option for directory creation timestamp but things like mtime, atime, ctime etc. I don't want to include subdirectories that were created beyond the last 30 mins and were modified in the last 30 mins, only those _created_ during the last 30 mins.

Can someone shed some lights on this?

Thanks,

Last edited by a128; 02-04-2004 at 11:29 PM.
 
Old 02-05-2004, 12:06 AM   #2
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I don't think it can be done with the directories attributes alone. As you stated files and directories only have three time attributes:
st_atime - time of last access
st_mtime - time of last modification
st_ctime - time of last change

All these fields may change after creating the directory.

I'd probably suggest running a process out of cron every 30 minutes or creating a daemon process. Either way you will have to cache up or save the directories that exist already and check for new ones against the list.
 
  


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