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    file inodes


    i presently have only the inode number of a file/directory can i retrieve the file/directory information?

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    you can use the Find

    Code:
    find . -inum 22066
    find in current directory
    or

    Code:
    find / -inum 22066
    find in the global directory

    22066 is just an example.
    You can replace it with you inode number

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    hi,yeah thanx.. i retrieved the information....

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