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- last modified file time
June 21, 2005, 11:19 pm
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Re: last modified file time
You're mistaken, Unix filesystems don't even store a creation time. Each
file has three timestamps called mtime, ctime and atime. See "man ls",
"man touch" or "man find". "ls -l" shows the mtime. You can see ctime
with "ls -lc" or atime with "ls -lu". Mtime is updated when you change
a file's contents, ctime when you change its name or permissions. Atime
is when a file was last accessed.
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