Most Linux-using engineers will sometimes use the 'find' command to... well to find a file:
Here's a fairly typical example:
Yet 'find' can do so very much more! How about using it to find all files on a VAP member which have changed in the last 24-hours:
find /tftpboot/sean_1/ -type f -mtime 0
Or, slight change, to find which files have changed *today* (i.e. since midnight):
find /tftpboot/sean_1/ -daystart -type f -mtime 0
Just a couple of (potentially useful in their own right) illustrations. find can do a lot more than just find files by name...