What is the function of the archived flag?
I am running FreeBSD 4.9 with kern.securelevel = -1.
I am using vnconfig with a msdos diskimage to mount
it using the command:
mount -t msdos /dev/vn0c /usr/wine/disk
After I mount it I notice that the /usr/wine/disk
directory and all files and directories below it
posess the flag attribute: "arch" when I list
them using "ls -lo".
Try as I might, I cannot remove that flag even
as root and even in single user mode. The
command I am using is:
chflags -R noarch /usr/wine/disk
What is the use of this flag? I find no
explanation of the flag in the man
I am getting strange behavior with
the application that I am running and I
suspect this "arch = archived" flag may
be the cause; I would like to understand
the meaning and use of the archived flag.
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