gzip, gunzip, zcat

Rudolf Floers r.floers at web.de
Tue Mar 13 19:49:08 PST 2001


> Hard links are slightly faster and use the same space as a symlink,
> (just a directory entry).

correct, hardlinks are just directory entries, pointing to the same 
Inode. 
Symlinks, however, are directory entries and Inodes. 


cu,
rudolf


PS: i never use gunzip or zcat, but gzip -d or gzip -dc.

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