This is the command that I have and would like to modify with an additional condition:
find /home/user/backups/ -mindepth 2 -maxdepth 3 -name "*~EEEE000.tif" -print
This is the output of
backup20170101_somerandomstring backup20170115_somerandomstring backup20170230_somerandomstring backup20170305_somerandomstring backup20170408_somerandomstring backup20170521_somerandomstring . . . backup20190111_somerandomstring backup20190130_somerandomstring backup20190209_somerandomstring backup20190301_somerandomstring backup20190303_somerandomstring backup20190311_somerandomstring backup20190313_somerandomstring backup20190412_somerandomstring . . . backup20200102_somerandomstring backup20200103_somerandomstring backup20200105_somerandomstring backup20200110_somerandomstring . . .
I only want to search directories that were generated after 2019-03-10. So this can be easily thought of as directories which in their name have numbers larger than
20190310 right after the word
I can thin of
seq but do not know how to use it alongside find. And I am sure there are better options out there.
seq -f "backup%1.0f" 20190310 20200131