Thanks for the 20,000 responses to this! Good to see that everyone is
much more awake than myself. 8-)
If I have an i-node number, what is the simplest way of determining what
file/directory it belongs to?
'ls -liR|grep i-nodenum' works, but I think there must be a far easier
99.9% of replies stated that the use of the find program was the easiest
way to achieve this:
find / -inum <inode-number> -print
Have a nice week!
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