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ff

Name
     ff - list file names and statistics for a file system

Synopsis
     ff [-F FSType] [-V] [generic_options] [-o specific_options] special...

Description
     ff prints the pathnames and inode numbers of  files  in  the
     file  system  which  resides  on the special device special.
     Other information about  the  files  may  be  printed  using
     options  described below.  Selection criteria may be used to
     instruct  ff to only print information for certain files. If
     no  selection  criteria  are  specified, information for all
     files considered will  be  printed  (the  default);  the  -i
     option  may be used to limit files to those whose inodes are
     specified.


     Output is sorted in  ascending  inode  number  order.    The
     default line produced by ff is:


     path-name i-number


     The maximum information the command will provide is:


     path-name i-number size uid

Options
     -F
                        Specify the  FSType on which to  operate.
                        The   FSType  should  either be specified
                        here or be determinable from  /etc/vfstab
                        by matching the  special with an entry in
                        the    table,    or     by     consulting
                        /etc/default/fs.


     -V
                        Echo the complete command  line,  but  do
                        not execute the command. The command line
                        is generated by  using  the  options  and
                        arguments provided by the user and adding
                        to   them   information   derived    from
                        /etc/vfstab.  This  option may be used to
                        verify and validate the command line.


     generic_options
                        Options  that  are  supported   by   most
                        FSType-specific  modules  of the command.
                        The following options are available:
                        -I
                                          Do not print the i-node
                                          number  after each path
                                          name.


                        -l
                                          Generate  a  supplemen-
                                          tary  list  of all path
                                          names   for   multiply-
                                          linked files.


                        -p prefix
                                          The  specified   prefix
                                          will  be  added to each
                                          generated  path   name.
                                          The   default   is  `.'
                                          (dot).


                        -s
                                          Print the file size, in
                                          bytes,  after each path
                                          name.


                        -u
                                          Print the owner's login
                                          name  after  each  path
                                          name.


                        -a -n
                                          Select if the file  has
                                          been   accessed   in  n
                                          days.


                        -m -n
                                          Select if the file  has
                                          been written or created
                                          in n days.


                        -c -n
                                          Select if file's status
                                          has  been  changed in n
                                          days.


                        -n file
                                          Select if the file  has
                                          been    modified   more
                                          recently than the argu-
                                          ment file.


                        -i i-node-list
                                          Generate names for only
                                          those i-nodes specified
                                          in   i-node-list.    i-
                                          node-list  is a list of
                                          numbers  separated   by
                                          commas  (with no inter-
                                          vening spaces).



     -o
                        Specify   FSType-specific  options  in  a
                        comma  separated (without spaces) list of
                        suboptions  and  keyword-attribute  pairs
                        for interpretation by the FSType-specific
                        module of the command.

Operands
     special
                A special device.

Usage
     See largefile(5) for the description of the behavior  of  ff
     when  encountering  files greater than or equal to 2 Gbyte (
     2^31 bytes).

Files
     /etc/default/fs
                        default local file system  type.  Default
                        values can be set for the following flags
                        in    /etc/default/fs.    For    example:
                        LOCAL=ufs

                        LOCAL
                                 The default partition for a com-
                                 mand if no FSType is specified.



     /etc/vfstab
                        list of default parameters for each  file
                        system

Attributes
     See attributes(5) for descriptions of the  following  attri-
     butes:



     tab() box; cw(2.75i) |cw(2.75i) lw(2.75i) |lw(2.75i)  ATTRI-
     BUTE TYPEATTRIBUTE VALUE _ Availabilitysystem/core-os

See Also
     find(1), ncheck(1M), stat(2), vfstab(4), attributes(5), largefile(5)
     Manual  pages for the  FSType-specific modules of
     ff.

Notes
     This command may not be supported for all  FSTypes.


     The  -a, -m, and -c flags examine the   st_atime,  st_mtime,
     and  st_ctime  fields  of  the  stat structure respectively.
     (See stat(2).)
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