[TriLUG] Re: how to tell when a file was last viewed
ryan.wheaton at comcast.net
Mon Sep 22 18:43:10 EDT 2003
No, they both do the same thing (atime), but stat is what I was looking
i knew it was in my head somewhere, just didn't know which sector :-)
On Monday, Sep 22, 2003, at 16:32 America/Denver, James Manning wrote:
>> i'm an idiot. sorry for wasting your time
>> man stat
> AFAICT you were looking for the access time in either case. Assuming
> you don't have a mount with "noatime", were you really getting
> different results from ls --time=access and stat's atime?
> IOW, was your initial email's ls --time=access wrong somehow?
> jmm at sublogic:/home/jmm% ls -l --time=access wget-log ; stat -c "%x"
> -rw-r--r-- 1 jmm jmm 4166 Sep 16 01:03 wget-log
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