Why does linux change the inode number after editing the file?
Hello, I am wondering why does linux change the inode number after editing the file? if I open a text/conf file in linux and edit it then I find that it has changed the inode number. It does affect my application but it has made me curious.
Please let me know if someone can answer this behavior. Thanks!
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