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I have a folder with lots of images,I want to move all images which filename contains "cover" and size is bigger than 100K to /root/img. Below command can move all the files that filename contains "cover" but without size condition.My questions is how to combine with condition that image's size is bigger than 100K.thank you!

find . -name '*cover*' -exec mv '{}' /root/img  \;
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find . -name '*cover*' -size +100k -exec mv '{}' /root/img \;

This command will move any file that contains the name "cover" and is greater than 100K.

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what does {} mean? – Lanston Jul 25 '13 at 23:40

You want the -size predicate.

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how to combine with -name? could you show me full command? thanks – user167043 May 4 '12 at 4:08

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