[uClinux-dev] CRAMFS and mtime/ctime

Friedrich, Lars lars.friedrich at wago.com
Fri Aug 26 02:42:19 EDT 2005


> >>Does anybody have the 25 words or less explanation on this?
> > 1      2    3   4     5      6         7       8
> > cramfs does not store times, therefore default is
> > 9           10            11    12  13       14
> > 1970-01-01. The different times via loopback appear
> > 15  16 17  18     19     20 21
> > due to the inodes cached in memory.
> > 22   23
> > Best regards,
> > 24   25
> > Lars Friedrich
> Nice work! Now, how about in haiku?  ;-)

cramfs no time;
unstable is in cache
not rely on it!

Best regards,
Lars Friedrich



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