This is the post Scott Klement posted earlier on the general subject:

find /my/subdir -user olduser -exec chown newuser {} \;

This will find all files within the /my/subdir directory that are owned
by "olduser" and change them so that they will now be owned by

-----Original Message-----
On Behalf Of Albert York

Is there a way to use qshell to get a list of IFS files which are owned
by a specific user?



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