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SubjectRe: ext2 tool
On Fri, 8 Jan 1999, Theo Van Dinter wrote:

>| Is there any tool that gives the corresponding filename for every inode for
>| ext2 file system?
>
>you can't do inode->filename lookups, but you can try something like:
>
>find / -ls
>
>that will produce a list like:
>
>777917 4 drwxrwxr-x 3 tvd eng 4096 Jan 7 11:09 src
>953027 373 -rw-r--r-- 1 tvd eng 380980 Dec 18 1996 src/foo
>
>the first number is the inode, the 11+ argument(s) is the path
>
>| It should print out the inode number, the file name with entire path and
>| tell
>| the kind of inode
>| it is.
>
>type of inode? perhaps you mean type of file? (symlink, hard link, file,
>directory, etc.) you could gather that information from the find -ls above,
>or you could try something like:
>
>find / -exec some_script_that_does_stat {} \;

find / -ls | awk '{print $1 " " $11}'
That gets the inode number and the full pathname of the file.

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