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How to distinguish a stub from a file on Linux OS?

  • 9 March 2023
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Good morning,maybe this is a naive question - but how to distinguish a stub from a file? The command (bash/LINUX) 'ls -l' doesn't show it.RegardsDorothy
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Best answer by Sebastien Merluzzi 9 March 2023, 09:31

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Hi @dorota ,

Please find our Documentation:

https://documentation.commvault.com/11.28/expert/147280_determine_if_file_is_stub.html

Best Regards,

Sebastien

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Sebastien - Thank you :)

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Hi @dorota 

 

You can also use “attr -l filename” command to check the extended attributes for a file. If it has “GSTUB”, it’s a stub.

 

Thanks,

Sparsh

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