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Here is the list of the utils for this: list of dupes finders. Some of them are highly optimized and will be much faster than whatever you'll come up with any script.


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This should work if you substitute the size and hash for FILE_001 into the command. 198452 bytes is the file size I used and the file md5 hash is 3915dc84b4f464d0d550113287c8273b find . -type f -size 198452c -exec md5 -r {} \; | grep -o "3915dc84b4f464d0d550113287c8273b\ \(.*\)" | awk '{print $2}' The output will be a list of files with path names ...



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