`ls -l` shows size of file other than of the folder?
peter at vereshagin.org
Thu Jun 14 19:38:21 UTC 2012
2012/06/14 00:23:25 +0400 Peter Vereshagin <peter at vereshagin.org> => To freebsd-questions at freebsd.org:
PV> ot the least how could I see the 'real' size of each of those files, both ~150M
PV> actulally, with a system command?
also, 'du' works that way for regular files. But implicitly I wanted about ls's
key, thanks a lot guys!
Kind of a very humble unadvertised feature but needed for ages in contrast from
EA and ACL.
Another interesting thing is that it seems to be supported by perl's stat()
Peter Vereshagin <peter at vereshagin.org> (http://vereshagin.org) pgp: A0E26627
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