[Ilugc] How to change the inode number using VFS
rajkumar.lynx at gmail.com
Mon Jan 25 13:45:10 IST 2010
I need to hide the i-node information for my project so i have remove the
inode entry from file system table and hide it using crytography
On Mon, Jan 25, 2010 at 1:23 PM, Saravanan S <dearsaravanan at gmail.com>wrote:
> On Mon, Jan 25, 2010 at 10:38 AM, rajkumar vbalakrishnasamy wrote:
> > Friends i need to change the inode number of the any file system and
> > tell some tutorials for that
> Hi Rajkumar,
> In Linux, i-node numbers represents link to physical
> locations (AFAIK). Unless you necessarily require a physical location
> numbers don't change or its not needed (in case of moving files inode
> numbers do not change).
> If u need to change a file's i-node number, trick is to copy and paste it
> into the same location with a new name and remove the original file and
> rename the new file back to original one.
> Now check the new i-node number with the command ls -i.
> Saravanan Sundaramoorthy
> Red Hat Certified Engineer
> +91 99404 32545
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