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Bash: find files within file size range and report their names to a file


Bash: find files within file size range and report their names to a file

By : anna
Date : October 17 2020, 03:08 PM
it should still fix some issue If you just want to get a list of files within a specific size range, you can try:
code :
$ find . -type f -size +10k -size -101k -exec ls {} \;
$ find . -type f -size +10239c -size -102401c -exec ls {} \;


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Bash shell read names of files from folder and create an output file for each input file with the same name:

Bash shell read names of files from folder and create an output file for each input file with the same name:


By : JustaHustla
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps In bash shell I am reading all the files in a folder as follows: , The underscore is a valid character in variable names.
Do:
code :
./"$f" > "${f}_july_15.txt"
Find file names in other bash files using grep

Find file names in other bash files using grep


By : Mithil J
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . Save this as search.sh, updating SEARCH_DIR as appropriate for your environment:
code :
#!/bin/bash

SEARCH_DIR=some/dir/here

while read filename
do
        if [ -z "$(grep -lr $filename $SEARCH_DIR)" ]
        then
                echo $filename
        fi
done
chmod +x search.sh
./search.sh  files-i-could-not-find.txt
BASH find file names but skip a list of file names

BASH find file names but skip a list of file names


By : user3141120
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you I'm trying to set up a process in BASH from the "find" output. However I also have a list of file names that should not be process but they are in the same directory. I can't differentiate the files by file type. , How about :
code :
find . $(printf "! -name %s " $(cat exclude_list_file)) -exec process {} \;
List file names in order of file size in BASH

List file names in order of file size in BASH


By : Alex Hilson
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help ls -rS will do the trick. The man page explains more: http://man7.org/linux/man-pages/man1/ls.1.html
Find file in Linux then report the size of file searched

Find file in Linux then report the size of file searched


By : marvin
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue We can use find command to find the file and du -sh to find out its size.
We will execute du -sh on found files. So final command would be
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