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    SubjectRe: Amanda VFAT Incremental Backups Broken in linux-2.2.1[12]
    On Sat, Sep 04, 1999 at 03:53:30PM +0100, Riley Williams wrote:

    > If you think about the semantics, you'll realise that's wrong. First,
    > let's remind ourselves what the various timestamps are:
    >
    > 1. ctime is the time when the file was first created.

    You are talking about some non-POSIX system here, I hope. ctime on POSIX
    systems is the time the inode attributes were last changed (better to say
    'inode' than 'file', as people get confused because they think files have
    names).

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