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How to get SCP execution time in milliseconds?

I have a script in which i am reading source and destination IP address from a csv file and recording the time in milliseconds it is taking to copy the file from source to destination (using scp). ...
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In Linux Fedora, How can I select files to move by time interval

How can I select and move files that were written in a specified time interval, such as 1530 to 1730 local time on a recent date? Background: I use Linux Fedora 12, and I have made my first, and long ...
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Is there any mitigation against touch date/time forgery?

I have been using touch -t to change time of a file when I started using Linux, is there any mitigation against touch date/time forgery? Like, echoing original created date and time, even after using ...
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How to find creation date of file?

I want to find out the creation date of particular file, not modification date or access date. I have tried with ls -ltrh and stat filename.
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Hardware Timestamping using PTP

I'm new to Linux programming. I have an Intel NIC with e1000e driver. I'm working on accurate time stamping of packets being captured from a network. My question is if I want to use RT Linux how ...
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How to ensure File System is Mounted with ' atime ' enabled ?

Let's run mount /dev/mapper/VolGroup-lv_root on / type ext4 (rw) proc on /proc type proc (rw) sysfs on /sys type sysfs (rw) devpts on /dev/pts type devpts (rw,gid=5,mode=620) tmpfs on /dev/shm type ...
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What does the “00:00:00” timestamp mean in kern.log?

I'm looking for causes of a particular problem in kern.log. There are many entries with a 00:00:00 timestamp: Jun 11 00:00:00 mymachine kernel: [ 0.000000] Initializing cgroup subsys cpusetJun 11 ...
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SVN wants to commit everything after server re-install

the motherboard of a dedicated server I'm renting since five years went south and the motherboard got replaced by a new one. The very old (Debian) distro couldn't keep up with all the new hardware on ...
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How can I change 'change' date of file?

How can I change 'change' date? $ touch -t 9901010000 test;stat test File: `test' Size: 0 Blocks: 0 IO Block: 4096 regular empty file Device: fe01h/65025d Inode: 11279017 ...
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What can you do to a file without triggering the “Change” Timestamp?

What can you do to a file without triggering the "Change" stat? For instance, it appears that simply changing a bit will trigger Change.
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What file systems on Linux store the creation time?

Are there any (good known, reliable) file systems on Linux that store the creation time of files and directories in the i-node table? If there are, is the "changed" time replaced by the creation ...
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Correlating /var/log/* timestamps

/var/log/messages, /var/log/syslog, and some other log files use a timestamp which contains an absolute time, like Jan 13 14:13:10. /var/log/Xorg.0.log and /var/log/dmesg, as well as the output of $ ...