Can I keep updatedb on but prevent it from changing atimes? I want to automatically tar up repos that haven't been accessed (by me, not some daemon) for a certain period of time.
I've vimed a file, and only afterwards realised that I need the atime (last access time) for the file. Is there any way to recover the atime for a file after accessing it inadvertently? The ...
I'm running the following command which is supposed to find specific directories according to their Access-Time metadata detail however for some reason the find command changes the access time of ...
Starting from version 2.6.30 (which was released 5 years ago), Linux has the option relatime enabled by default. It means updates of file access time are very infrequent and prudent. But I still see ...
After using the cat command to read a file, I used the stat command to view it's changed access time, but it's not getting updated. I checked /etc/fstab file and there is no noatime on any of my ...
I've mounted disk with explicit given value - atime: mount -o mount -o atime /dev/disk1 /myDisk then I've created a file by touch file_A after this operation stat output looks like that: ...
I have this: $ ls -l ff ls: cannot access ff: No such file or directory $ touch ff $ stat ff File: `ff' Size: 0 Blocks: 0 IO Block: 4096 regular empty file Device: ...
I tried to use command ls --time=atime it was working in one directory but wasn't working in another directory. I opened certain files in vim, evince and other applications but after the command file ...