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The form of the lsattr command (gnu 1.41.3):
lsattr [ -RVadv ] [ files... ]
- -R Recursively list attributes of directories and their contents.
- -V Display the program version.
- -a List all files in directories, including files that start with '.'
- -d List directories like other files, rather than listing their contents.
- -v List the file’s version/generation number.
Some attributes include:
- don't update atime (A)
- synchronous updates (S)
- synchronous directory updates (D)
- append only (a)
- compressed (c)
- no dump (d)
- immutable (i)
- data journaling (j)
- secure deletion (s)
- top of directory hierarchy (T)
- no tail-merging (t)
- undeletable (u)
- use hashed b-trees for directory lookups (I)
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