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Certified .NET C# WinForms/TSQL developer. 6+ years of professional experience.


Jan
22
comment Why don't hard link destinations on Windows Server 2003 immediately show the proper file size and last modified time?
@Julian Knight no, they are all the original. Different filenames pointing to the same bits of data. When there is noone pointing at that data anymore, only then it can be considered as free space.
Jan
15
comment Why don't hard link destinations on Windows Server 2003 immediately show the proper file size and last modified time?
Only if you delete all hardlinks the data will be deleted.
Jan
15
comment Why don't hard link destinations on Windows Server 2003 immediately show the proper file size and last modified time?
@Howiecamp every hardlink is the original file, all of them just happen to point to the same blocks of data.
Feb
27
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