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Why does my file have multiple crtime entries?

Using ext4 filesystem I was able to read out the creation time of a file using the approach here. As a result I am indeed provided with a table featuring the crtime (creation time) of the inode(...
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Atime value changing only once after file creation

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: Access: ...
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Does using noatime on modern Linux make sense?

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 ...
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What happened to /proc/sys/fs/relatime_interval?

According to one answer relatime interval can be changed by echo 60 > /proc/sys/fs/relatime_interval but I do not have such a file? Where did it go? $ ls /proc/sys/fs aio-max-nr file-...
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Does Duplicity modify atime when backing up?

My data resides on a SSD and — thanks to re-writes and Write Amplification — any modification of an atime will result in not only the inode being modified, but the whole block that it resides on being ...
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How to prevent `atime` in Linux from overwriting `Date created` in Windows on NTFS?

From Linux, if I alter files on an NTFS external HD so that I get some specific values for mtime, atime and ctime (readable with the stat command, and with ctime = mtime because one cannot change ...