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Re: inode open
Adam Burkepile wrote:
> Is there an open function that will open a file based on its inode
> number instead of a path?
fhopen(2) sort of does that, but you need the original path name
get the file handle in the first place.
> Or equivalently, a function to convert an inode to a path so regular
> open can open it?
"find <filesystem> -x -inum <number>" is about the easiest way. Or
maybe fts(3) if you want something in a program (which is what find(1)
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