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I have created a file a.txt in Redhat Linux.
Inode number for a file changes every time i update the file using vi editor , gedit etc.
Is there any setting that can be made , such that inode number never changes as that is supposed to be the expected behavior?
Or if we cannot... (13 Replies)
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Some one please help me to find deleted file name, if I am having inode number in Solaris without using any 3rd party tool.
Thanks :) (3 Replies)
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I am on hpux itanium 11.31...and we run a oracle DB on it. I am testing some backup and restore situation.... first i select some data from the DB.....now i remove some files from the DB where my data is being selected from.....now i select the same data from the DB but i still get... (5 Replies)
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I have created a file abc.log in Redhat Linux.
Inode number for a file get changes every time i update the file using vi editor.
Is there any setting that can be made , such that inode number never gets changed?
Or if we cannot restrict from inode number getting changed , is... (9 Replies)
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i have a requirement where i needed to change variable values in a properties file(first file) whenever there is change to Release details file(second file). My question is do i have to create a daemon process that always checks the modified time/inode change of the second file and then change the... (1 Reply)
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I am struggling to change the content of a file without changing the inode number. The exact issue is as below.
I have a file name test.bak which has 100 lines of text.
I am trying to to delete the first 90 lines of the text in the file.
I know that using sed/awk/head/tail I can... (3 Replies)
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Hello, I am using tcsh on AIX.
I would like to write a script that does the following:
1. given an inode, how do I find exactly the name of the file?
I know I could do this using ls -i | grep <inode>
but it returns: <inode> <filename>. I need some string manipulation or something to... (1 Reply)
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At risk of twisting the rules to nearly the point of breaking (if you think this goes too far mods, I apologise and accept that this should be deleted), I'm hoping someone might be able to cast a little light on the following problem regarding hard links to files.
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Discussion started by: Smiling Dragon
If inodes need to be 3-4 times greater than fd.file-max. Can you modify the current inode in the filesystem? Can you modify it on the fly? Or only in the creation of FS.
I'm using redhat ent 4.
Thank you for any comment you may add. (1 Reply)
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When is a file "accessed" according to UNIX? For example: gzipping a file will not change the access time. (1 Reply)
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