MFS root filesystem and static binaries size
ateve at sohara.org
Wed Oct 17 09:36:58 UTC 2012
On Tue, 16 Oct 2012 13:13:41 -0700
Devin Teske <devin.teske at fisglobal.com> wrote:
> When two files have the same inode, they are "hard links" to each other.
> Unlike a "soft link" (or "symbolic link" as they are more appropriately
> called), which stores a destination-path of the target, a hard link
> instead looks and acts no different than the original in every way.
A better way of thinking about it (ie. closer to reality) is that
the inode entry is the file. When two directory entries both have the same
inode number in them they refer to the same file. Crunchgen produces a
file with a lot of names.
Steve O'Hara-Smith <ateve at sohara.org>
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