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Size ranges select files whose size is between the inclusive limits specified. The second parameter of a size range is optional. If you use a single parameter, you will select all files of the specified size or larger. You can also precede the second parameter with a plus sign [+]; when you do, it is added to the first value to determine the largest file size to include in the search.

 

You can exclude a size range by preceding the range with the ! character.

 

When you use a size range in a command it should immediately follow the command name. See General Rules for Using Ranges for additional details.

 

Either or both values in a size range can be suffixed with a scale factor from the table below. Lower case letters denote a power of 1,000, upper case letters a power of 1,024 (2**10).

 

Code

Scale Factor

Code

Scale Factor

Unit Name

k

1,000

10**3

K

1,024

2**10

kilobyte

m

1,000,000

10**6

M

1,048,576

2**20

megabyte

g

1,000,000,000

10**9

G

1,073,741,824

2**30

gigabyte

t

1,000,000,000,000

10**12

T

1,099,511,627,776

2**40

terabyte

p

1,000,000,000,000,000

10**15

P

1,125,899,906,842,624

2**50

petabyte

 

Examples of size ranges:

 

SpecificationSelects Files of Length
/[s0,0]zero (empty)
/[s1M]2**20 bytes or larger
/[s10k,+200]between 10,000 and 10,200 bytes, inclusive
/[s10,153k]between 10 and 153,000 bytes, inclusive
/![s1K,5K]less than 1K or greater than 5K