ncheck - generate pathnames from i-numbers
ncheck [ -i i-numbers ] [ -a ] [ -s ] [ filesystem ]
ncheck with no arguments generates a pathname and i-number list of all
files on a set of default filesystems (see /etc/fstab). Names of
directory files are followed by /..
The options are as follows:
-i limits the report to only those files whose i-numbers follow.
-a allows printing of the names . and .., which are ordinarily
-s limits the report to special files and files with setuserid mode.
This option may be used to detect violations of security policy.
filesystem must be specified by the filesystem's special file in /dev.
ncheck is only useful with Extent Filesystems (EFS). For XFS
filesystems, see xfs_ncheck(1M).
The report should be sorted so that it is more useful.
findblk(1M), fsck(1M), sort(1), xfs_ncheck(1M).
If the filesystem structure is not consistent, ?? denotes the ``parent''
of a parentless file and a pathname beginning with ... denotes a loop.
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