Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@xxxxxx> wrote: > AFAIK BFS's on disk structure doesn't support an access time. > Apparently > Axel decided to just return time(NULL), which might not be the best > choice. > But I don't have any really bright idea either. Maybe one could > maintain > the access time correctly while the inode is in memory and just > forget it > when it's evicted. When the inode is loaded from disk, the access > (and > change) time could be initialized with the modified time. That would > probably result in a more consistent behavior. That would certainly be possible; right now we're doing the same as BeOS' BFS. In case you want that changed, just file an enhancement ticket for it, and it will just be a matter of months or years, and it'll finally work ;-) Bye, Axel.