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In status mode,
genfile prints file system status for
each file specified in the command line. This mode is toggled by
`--stat' (`-S') command line option. An optional argument to this
option specifies output format: a comma-separated list of
struct stat fields to be displayed. This list can contain
The file name.
Device number in decimal.
See Should we also support `%' notations as in stat(1)?
File mode in octal. Optional number specifies octal mask to
be applied to the mode before outputting. For example,
mode.777 will preserve lower nine bits of it. Notice, that you can
use any punctuation character in place of `.'.
Number of hard links.
User ID of owner.
Group ID of owner.
File size in decimal.
The size in bytes of each file block.
Number of blocks allocated.
Time of last access.
Time of last modification
Time of last status change
A boolean value indicating whether the file is `sparse'.
Modification times are displayed in UTC as
UNIX timestamps, unless suffixed with `H' (for
"human-readable"), as in `ctimeH', in which case usual
tar tv output format is used.
The default output format is: `name,dev,ino,mode, nlink,uid,gid,size,blksize,blocks,atime,mtime,ctime'.
For example, the following command will display file names and corresponding times of last access for each file in the current working directory:
genfile --stat=name,atime *
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