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find . -mtime 2 this gives files modified within 2 days in aix 4.3 but not in hpux 11. checked the man files.... and the only difference is in hpux "the file modification time subtracted from the initialization time is n-1 to n multiples of 24 h. The initialization time shall be a time between the invocation of the find utility and the first access by that invocation of the find utility to any file specified in its path operands. "...

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    Default find . -mtime 2

    find . -mtime 2

    this gives files modified within 2 days in aix 4.3 but not in hpux 11.

    checked the man files.... and the only difference is in hpux
    "the file modification time subtracted from the initialization time
    is n-1 to n multiples of 24 h. The initialization time shall be a time
    between the invocation of the find utility and the first access by that
    invocation of the find utility to any file specified in its path operands.
    "
    yls177 Guest

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    Default Re: find . -mtime 2

    On 2 Dec 2003 19:26:39 -0800, yls177
    <yls177hotmail.com> wrote:
    > find . -mtime 2
    >
    > this gives files modified within 2 days in aix 4.3 but not in hpux 11.
    >
    > checked the man files.... and the only difference is in hpux
    > "the file modification time subtracted from the initialization time
    > is n-1 to n multiples of 24 h. The initialization time shall be a time
    > between the invocation of the find utility and the first access by that
    > invocation of the find utility to any file specified in its path operands.
    > "
    What exactly is the difference between the find results in AIX and HPUX?
    The HPUX man page gives a more detailed definition of the time from
    which it measures the age of a file, but I doubt that this is really
    different from other versions of Unix.


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