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let us say you want to find files which are less than or greater than a certain size in your system how would you do that manually check each and every file size no it is time-consuming task besides a good system admin wont do it there is always an easiest and fastest way to do things in linux [Music] welcome to newbie computers channel [Music] using find command we can also easily find files bigger or smaller than given size we will look for files in the path forward slash var forward slash log that are under 1024 bytes in size the first parameter of find is the location of the path we are looking for type f indicates the type of object to be searched for is a file size requires a file of a certain size and minus 1024c is the size of the file being searched for must be less than 1020 bytes you can see the console displays a list of files located in the path forward slash bar forward slash log with file sizes under 1024 bytes lets make sure that the files really are under 1024 bytes