Why du and stat are showing different mtime?


 
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Why du and stat are showing different mtime?

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[usr027@psr5651 /opt]$ stat qt_tdata_025/dblogs
  File: `qt_tdata_025/dblogs'
  Size: 4096            Blocks: 8          IO Block: 4096   directory
Device: 1ch/28d Inode: 2017        Links: 15
Access: (0775/drwxrwxr-x)  Uid: (31659/ prod)   Gid: ( 4843/ycef)
Access: 2013-04-08 12:49:44.102212000 -0400
Modify: 2011-12-22 07:24:13.681888000 -0500
Change: 2012-06-07 21:45:52.135679000 -0400

[usr027@psr5651 /opt]$ du -hs --time  qt_tdata_025/dblogs
55G     2013-04-05 22:35        qt_tdata_025/dblogs

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Did you consult your man page? GNU du's --time option does not necessarily return the mtime of the command line argument.

Regards,
Alister
 

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