ff_s5 -- display i-list information


ff [-F s5] [generic_options] [-I] [-l] [-pprefix] [-s] [-u] [-an] [-mn] [-cn] [-nfile] [-ii-node-list] special . . .


generic_options are options supported by the generic ff command.

ff reads the i-list and directories of the special file, assuming it is an s5 filesystem. I-node data is saved for files which match the selection criteria. Output consists of the pathname for each saved i-node, plus other file information requested using the print options below. Output fields are positional. The output is produced in i-node order; fields are separated by tab characters. The default line produced by ff is:

   path-name i-number
The pathname is preceded by a ``.'' (dot) unless the -p option is specified.

The maximum information the command provides is:

   pathname i-number size uid
The argument n in the option descriptions that follow is used as a decimal integer (optionally signed), where + n means more than n, - n means less than n, and n means exactly n. A day is defined as a 24 hour period.

s5-specific options

-F s5
Specify the s5-FSType. If -F FSType is not specified it is determined by matching the special with an entry in /etc/vfstab. If this fails, heuristics similiar to those used by fstyp(1M) are used to determine the file system type.

NOTE: If the FSType is known beforehand, use the -F option. This command executes faster if it is not required to autodetect file system types.

Do not print the i-node number after each pathname.

Generate a supplementary list of all pathnames for multiply-linked files.

The specified prefix is added to each generated pathname. The default is ``.'' (dot).

Print the file size, in bytes, after each pathname.

Print the owner's login name after each pathname.

Select if the i-node has been accessed in n days.

Select if the i-node has been modified in n days.

Select if the i-node has been changed in n days.

Select if the i-node has been modified more recently than the argument file.

Generate names for only those i-nodes specified in i-node-list. i-node-list is a list of numbers separated by commas and without spaces.


generic ff(1M), find(1), fstyp(1M), ncheck(1M)


If the -l option is not specified, only a single pathname out of all possible ones is generated for a multiply-linked i-node. If -l is specified, all possible names for every linked file on the filesystem are included in the output. If -l and -i are both specified, then only the names for linked files matching an i-node listed in the i-node list are displayed.
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