Explain what are hard links?

DWQA QuestionsCategory: LinuxExplain what are hard links?
Editor Staff asked 10 months ago

Explain what are hard links?

4 Answers
Editor Staff answered 10 months ago

Hard links point directly to the physical file on disk, and not on the pathname. This means that if you rename or move the original file, the link will not break since the link is for the file itself, not the path where the file is located.

Editor Staff answered 10 months ago

Hard links point directly to the physical file on disk, and not on the pathname. This means that if you rename or move the original file, the link will not break since the link is for the file itself, not the path where the file is located.

Editor Staff answered 10 months ago

Hard links point directly to the physical file on disk, and not on the pathname. This means that if you rename or move the original file, the link will not break since the link is for the file itself, not the path where the file is located.

Editor Staff answered 10 months ago

Hard links point directly to the physical file on disk, and not on the pathname. This means that if you rename or move the original file, the link will not break since the link is for the file itself, not the path where the file is located.