Some powerful and or useful find commands; As with anything on the web, test before running ! (I forget the syntax so this is mainly self-documenting)



Find all *.tsv larger 1Mb, compress them with the super fast lz4 on high compression and remove the source file after this.

find . -name "*.tsv" -size +1M -exec lz4 -9 --rm '{}' \;

Recursive remove all directory’s matching the name *.tsv.index in a rm or echo single command. This makes it possible to easily swap out rm for echo as a test.

find . -type d -name "*.tsv.index" -exec echo {} +
find . -type d -name "*.tsv.index" -exec rm -rf {} +

A combination of a few commands, calculate the storage use from all files size larger then 1M, with no hardlinks, ending with *.tsv.

find . -name "*.tsv" -size +1M -links 1 -print0 | du -hc | tail -n 1

(edit: might not work as intended)

find . -name "log_jobs" -exec du -hc {} +