`locate` is a command-line tool for local file search using a database.

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Can't find the location of DUMPed file system

I dumped a file system, chose the name for the dump ("home_fs_dump"), the dump was declared successfull, and yet I couldn't locate this name anywhere in the system. (And at the end I tested if locate ...
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mlocate not returning any results for known file, even after updatedb

I am speechless... [root@Centos-PHP56 webroot]# ls -al php_errors.log -rw-r--r-- 1 apache apache 327 Apr 21 01:49 php_errors.log [root@Centos-PHP56 webroot]# updatedb [root@Centos-PHP56 webroot]# ...
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Is there a `find` command that uses a database, like `locate`?

locate is simple yet quick because it's database based. find offers much more options but it's slower because it actually browses the filesystem each time it's invoked. So.. find using a database ...
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Installing mlocate on mac OS 10.7

I'm a beginner in using Linux. I'm trying to use the command "locate". Once I use this command, I get an error that says the locate database should be created. I used the command below to create that ...