Re: scp: file download history
On 9/20/05, Victor Munoz <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Maybe 'find'. You can give it time arguments, so you can find files
> created/modified today, yesterday, or between two given dates (I think?). If
> you know where in the tree it is, then it will take less time, but if you
> don't know, well, 'find / ' is always an option.
> This relies on the file having a useful timestamp (not a 10 years old file
> transfered with 'scp -p', for instance).
Yes, find is a good thing. I went and read the man page on it and got
what I was looking for. The folling find command helped me get the
# find / -mtime -2 -print | less
or for three days
# find / -mtime -3 -print | less
to find is good.