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Re: Help: Bash script that show you the last file created?


From: tal396
Subject: Re: Help: Bash script that show you the last file created?
Date: Sun, 15 Feb 2009 20:22:31 -0800 (PST)

Coz its could be find in alot of subdirs
like
/home/server/backups/local_backups/1-1-2009/server/mysql/1-1-2009.sql
/home/server/backups/local_backups/1-2-2009/server/mysql/1-2-2009.sql
/home/server/backups/local_backups/1-3-2009/server/mysql/1-3-2009.sql

so any idea?




Bugzilla from address@hidden wrote:
> 
> On Sunday 15 February 2009 10:32:15 tal396 wrote:
>> hey, i created a backup dir that created backup every hours...
>> there is any way to get the last file that created  that is fomat is 
>> *.sql
>> ?
>> thats what i've  done, but its not working so well...
>>
>>
>>  cd "/home/server/backups/local_backups/" ; find -type d | find .  -name
>> '*.sql' |  tac | tail -1;
> 
> why not just use `ls` and one of its sort options ?  the ls man page
> documents 
> how to sort by creation time
> -mike
> 
>  
> 

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