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NAME

       xfs_ncheck - generate pathnames from i-numbers for XFS

SYNOPSIS

       xfs_ncheck [ -i ino ] ...
                 [ -s ] [ -l logdev ] xfs_special

       xfs_ncheck -f [ -i ino ] ...
                 [ -s ] [ -l logdev ] file

DESCRIPTION

       xfs_ncheck  with no -i arguments generates an inode number and pathname
       list of all files on the given filesystem.  Names  of  directory  files
       are  followed by /..  The output is not sorted in any particular order.
       The filesystem to be examined is specified by the xfs_special argument,
       which  should  be  the  disk  or  volume  device  for  the  filesystem.
       Filesystems stored in files can also be checked, using the -f flag.

       The options to xfs_ncheck are:

       -f       Specifies that the special device is actually a file (see  the
                mkfs.xfs  -d file option).  This might happen if an image copy
                of a filesystem has been made into an ordinary file.

       -l       Specifies the  device  special  file  where  the  filesystem’s
                external log resides.  Only for those filesystems which use an
                external log.  See the mkfs.xfs -l option, and refer to xfs(5)
                for a detailed description of the XFS log.

       -s       Limits  the  report  to special files and files with setuserid
                mode.  This  option  may  be  used  to  detect  violations  of
                security policy.

       -i ino   Limits  the  report  to  only  those files whose inode numbers
                follow.  May be given multiple times to select multiple  inode
                numbers.

       If  the  filesystem is seriously corrupted, or very busy and looks like
       it is corrupt, a message  of  the  form  that  would  be  generated  by
       xfs_check(8) may appear.

       xfs_ncheck is only useful with XFS filesystems.

SEE ALSO

       mkfs.xfs(8), xfs_ncheck(8), xfs_check(8), xfs(5).

                                                                 xfs_ncheck(8)