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Sat Dec 25 04:08:09 UTC 2010
On Fri, 24 Dec 2010 19:57:41 -0500, Joe Kraft <jvk-list at thekrafts.org> wrote:
> I don't quite get why this works this way though. I understand the
> immutable flag will keep the file itself from being changed, deleted or
> moved. But I don't see in any documentation that the immutable flag will
> not allow a file to be copied.
It *may* have to do something with the updating of the access
time (atime) of a file by the cpio program?
> I did note that when using the 'cp' command
> it cleared the immutable bit on the new file instead of keeping it, but at
> least it makes the copy.
The schg flag has to be set on the destination file manually.
It won't be copied by the cp command.
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