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 how do you point a file at a zero inode
we recently had this happen to us. But I still don't understand how it
was done.

How do I point a file at a zero inode.
the result would make the file look like this.

?---------  0 root    root          0 Dec 31  1969 file_name

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 Mon, 09 Sep 2002 03:00:00 GMT   
 how do you point a file at a zero inode
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This type of file corruption occurs when someone runs "clri" on
an inode that still has a directory entry.

Casper
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 Mon, 09 Sep 2002 03:00:00 GMT   
 how do you point a file at a zero inode
In article <8bdc59$sl...@new-usenet.uk.sun.com>,
Casper H.S. Dik - Network Security Engineer <Casper....@Holland.Sun.Com> wrote:

O.K., silly comment: am I the only one who thinks of Ben Stein when I
see of that command?

Note that you probably have to have watched some U.S. television for
this to make sense.  And even if you have, you might still think I'm
strange (but I'm used to that).

  - Logan



 Mon, 09 Sep 2002 03:00:00 GMT   
 
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