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Files Status----how to check it

Posted on 2001-07-22
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 if i want to check a file's status,such like:when it was
excuated last time,who excuated it,etc. i know by using "
ls -l",i can see the most close time it was changed,but if
i want to see more info of this file (or Directory),how sh
ould i do & where the OS keep those info ??
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Question by:wingboad
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by:ahoffmann
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> last access time:
perl -e '@x=lstat("yourfile");print "access time=$x[8]\n";'

> who excuated
not possible i.g., just if there is special software (I don't know off some)

> where the OS keep those info
in the file (directory)'s i-node
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by:wingboad
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 but is there any command to check those info of files (di
rectory),and i know inode keep those info,how can i see it
,thanks.
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ahoffmann earned 60 total points
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ls -l -i --time=access
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by:wingboad
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ok,thanks a lot,i will accept it
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