I got tired of looking this up every time, and I’ve not seen anyone write about this specific use case. When dealing with dev servers in the cloud, sometimes I forget the use case for one. I find it useful to be able to find all the changed files on a system by date.
find / -mount -printf ‘%T@\t%T+\t%s\t%p\n’ | sort -nr
This shows me config files which recently changed, log files which recently changed. I can examine those and get an idea of the state of the system.
I use ls -alrt often enough, but this uses find so I get a view of the entire filesystem at once instead of a single directory.