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Linux find command

Usage: find [-H] [-L] [-P] [-Olevel] [-D debugopts] [path...] [expression]


default path is the current directory; default expression is -print

expression may consist of: operators, options, tests, and actions:

operators (decreasing precedence; -and is implicit where no others are given):

      ( EXPR )   ! EXPR   -not EXPR   EXPR1 -a EXPR2   EXPR1 -and EXPR2

      EXPR1 -o EXPR2   EXPR1 -or EXPR2   EXPR1 , EXPR2

positional options (always true): -daystart -follow -regextype


normal options (always true, specified before other expressions):

      -depth --help -maxdepth LEVELS -mindepth LEVELS -mount -noleaf

      --version -xdev -ignore_readdir_race -noignore_readdir_race

tests (N can be +N or -N or N): -amin N -anewer FILE -atime N -cmin N

      -cnewer FILE -ctime N -empty -false -fstype TYPE -gid N -group NAME

      -ilname PATTERN -iname PATTERN -inum N -iwholename PATTERN -iregex PATTERN

      -links N -lname PATTERN -mmin N -mtime N -name PATTERN -newer FILE

      -nouser -nogroup -path PATTERN -perm [-/]MODE -regex PATTERN

      -readable -writable -executable

      -wholename PATTERN -size N[bcwkMG] -true -type [bcdpflsD] -uid N

      -used N -user NAME -xtype [bcdpfls]      -context CONTEXT


actions: -delete -print0 -printf FORMAT -fprintf FILE FORMAT -print

      -fprint0 FILE -fprint FILE -ls -fls FILE -prune -quit

      -exec COMMAND ; -exec COMMAND {} + -ok COMMAND ;

      -execdir COMMAND ; -execdir COMMAND {} + -okdir COMMAND ;


Valid arguments for -D:

exec, opt, rates, search, stat, time, tree, all, help

Use '-D help' for a description of the options, or see find(1)


Please see also the documentation at http://www.gnu.org/software/findutils/.

You can report (and track progress on fixing) bugs in the "find"

program via the GNU findutils bug-reporting page at

https://savannah.gnu.org/bugs/?group=findutils or, if

you have no web access, by sending email to <bug-findutils@gnu.org>.

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