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It is possible that these two are directories synced automatically with incron. Here is a detailed link on how to trigger commands on File/Directory changes with Incron on Debian Incron is similar to cron, but instead of running commands based on time, it can trigger commands when file or directory events occur (e.g. a file modification, changes of ...
ls -s shows the file sizes, not the symlinks. Try the command ls -lap and most likely you'll see that your directories are symlinked. file mydir will also tell you if the mydir directory is a symlink.
Symlink You can check the type of a file with the file command (note: do not include trailing slash on a dir). Example: $ file /bin /bin: symbolic link to usr/bin $ file /usr/bin /usr/bin: directory Bind Mount Allows you to mount a portion of a filesystem in another location. See http://man7.org/linux/man-pages/man8/mount.8.html for details. You can ...
The SymlinksIfOwnerMatch option gives exactly the behaviour you describe only following links if ownership matches.
You should take a look at Winobj from the Microsoft Sysinternals Suite. Under GLOBAL?? you see which VOLUME is linked to which HDD/CDROM this volume is linked.
Maybe you want to setup symlinks like this? /foo - Gluster mountpoint /var/log - local filesystem mountpoint A service on the local server is configured to log to /foo/log/app.log. And that /foo/log directory should be per-server, but also located on the Gluster volume so that others can inspect the log when needed. For that, I would suggest to ...
No, a symlink is invisible in the URL. It'll show the old URL with the new page, but then you'll have two copies of links. Can you have the application redirect the URLs? Are there a lot of actual links out there? Or are they just search engine results? You could use canonical links for search engines if you decide to still use symlinks. ...
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