What is Linux find Command?
|-name||It search for the given file, in the current directory or any other subdirectory.|
|-atime n||True if the file was accessed n days ago. The access time of directories in path is changed by find itself.|
|-ctime n||True if the file's status was changed n days ago.|
|-group gname||True if the file belongs to the group gname. If gname is numeric and does not appear in the /etc/group file, it is taken as a group ID.|
|-mtime n||True if the file's data was modified n days ago.|
|-size n[c]||True if the file is n blocks long (512 bytes per block). If n is followed by a c, the size is in bytes.|