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SubjectRe: New feature
> On Wed, 24 Sep 1997, Alan Modra wrote:
> >
> > > The directory, yes. After all, I did read (access) all the directories.
> > > However, some directory files do not contain other directory files.
> > > They contain "normal" files which were not accessed at all. These files
> > > should not have had their ATIME updated because they were not accessed.
> >
> > ls -F will access the files. check that you don't alias ls to 'ls -F'
> >
> Yes! `ls` is aliased to `ls -AF`. Don't know why. I just removed it from
> .bashrc.

Hmm, my man says

-F, --classify
Append a character to each file name indicating the
file type. For regular files that are executable, append a
`*'. The file type indicators are `/' for directories,
`@' for symbolic links, `|' for FIFOs, `=' for sockets, and
nothing for regular files.

Do not know why this should touch files.


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