Checking for missing files on local disk

Looking for a little advice on the best way of handling this…

I may or may not (I don’t know) have accidentally deleted some important files.

I have good backups and can restore, but given it’s a large amount of data, didn’t know if there was an easy way to compare the local directory against the last backup and show anything that is in the backup that isn’t present now.

There haven’t been many (if any) on purpose changes since the last backup, so if there are differences, I’ll know what I need to recover.

Only thing I’ve really thought of so far is running another snapshot and doing a diff between them.

Any other good ideas?

Thanks!

And just as an update, I tried the “new snapshot and diff” and it seemed to work well… so maybe that’s the right answer.