Type 19/1 files are actually directories at the operating system, not
files.


*Aaron Titus*
Senior Software Engineer
F.W. Davison & Company, Inc.
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ati...@fwdco.com



On Wed, Aug 7, 2013 at 11:09 AM, Manu Fernandes <e...@infodata.lu> wrote:

> hi,
>
> When uv open a T30, it's header is loaded into  uv's shared memory (until
> all user session which adress the file terminate), ready for writing.
> File is open for writing, I suppose some header info are updated at open
>  time.
>
> Manu
>
> George Gallen <ggal...@wyanokegroup.com> a écrit :
>
>
> If I LIST a Type 30 file,
>
> Then execute a "ls -la FILENAME"  it shows the last time DATA.30 portion
> was modified was when I did the LIST.
>
> Why would a LIST modify the date/time stamp that a file was modified? The
> OVER.30 wasn't changed at this point.
>
> George
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