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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

If it's tourist season, why can't we shoot them?

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