How to set inode modification time

How to set inode modification time

Post by Leonid Evguenievich Shilkr » Wed, 06 Mar 1996 04:00:00



How to set ctime of an inode.
Please email me, since I've had  troubles reading news recently.
Thanks.

Leo.
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1. Find last inode modification time

Hi,
    I am using Solaris 2.6.

    As we know there are 3 times stored for each file namely "last
file modification time","last access time","last inode modification
time".

    Using ls -lu gives the "last access time".
    Using ls -l gives the "last file modification time".

    One of the postings said ls -lc gives "last inode modification
time". But it doesn't work on my system.
    Is there any way to display the "last inode modification time"
without using system calls & c programming?

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