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Useful mainly for debugging or troubleshooting an application or system, such as X11, Apache, Bind, DHCP and others. Another useful switch that can be combined with -mmin, -mtime and so forth is -daystart. For example, to find files that were modified in the /etc directory only yesterday:
sudo find /etc -daystart -mtime 1 -type f
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Provides a recursive time ordered list of the current directory over the last 3 minutes.
Excluding zero byte files:
ls -lF -darth `find . -size +0 -mmin -3`
For the last day's files, change "-mmin -3" to "-mtime -1":
ls -lF -darth `find . -size +0 -mtime -1`
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