mmontero at mail.communityconnect.com
Thu May 30 09:48:01 EST 2002
> The only reason to use -c is if you have data which may be changed without
> changing mtime, ctime or size (is there any case where that happens?). It
That's great news. I believe this applies to me just fine and I
can turn off the checksum. Quick question....can anyone explain to me
when the data in a file might change without changing the mtime, ctime or
size? I'm not sure I've ever come across that before. An example might
help me determine if I can safely remove -c.
Tim, thanks for the reply!
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