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       lfc-ls - list LFC name server directory/file entries


       lfc-ls  [-cdiLlRTu]  [--class] [--comment] [--deleted] [--display_side]
       [--ds] path...


       lfc-ls lists LFC name server directory/file  entries.   If  path  is  a
       directory,  lfc-ls  list  the entries in the directory; they are sorted

       path   specifies the LFC pathname.  If path does not start with  /,  it
              is prefixed by the content of the LFC_HOME environment variable.


       -c     use time of last metadata  modification  instead  of  last  file

       -d     if path is a directory, list the directory entry itself, not the
              files in that directory.

       -i     print the file uniqueid in front of each entry.

       -L     for symbolic links, print  target  attributes  instead  of  link

       -l     long listing (see below).

       -R     list the contents of directories recursively.

       -T     list file segments migrated to tape.

       -u     use last access time instead of last modification.

              print the file class in front of each entry.

              print  the comment associated with the entry after the pathname.

              print also the logically deleted files.

       --display_side or --ds
              print the vid followed by a slash followed  by  the  media  side
              number.   This  option  is  valid only if -T is specified and is
              useful for multi-sided media like DVD.

       The long list gives the  file  mode,  the  number  of  entries  in  the
       directory,  the  owner in alphabetic form or as a valid numeric ID, the
       group in alphabetic form or as a valid numerci ID, the file  size,  the
       last modification date and the file name.

       The  mode  is  printed  as  10  characters,  the  first  one is d for a
       directory, D for a logically deleted file, l for a symbolic link, m for
       a  migrated  file  and - for a regular file.  The next 9 characters are
       three triplets: the first triplet gives read, write and  execute/search
       permission for the owner, the second triplet for the group and the last
       one for the others.

              r      the file is readable

              w      the file is writable

              x      the file is executable or the directory is searchable

              -      permission is not granted

              s      set-user-ID or set-group-ID bit is on  and  corresponding
                     execute bit is on

              S      set-user-ID  or  set-group-ID bit is on but corresponding
                     execute bit is off

              t      sticky bit is on

       The file segments list gives the file segment status, the copy  number,
       the  file segment number, the tape visual identifier, the file sequence
       number on tape, the blockid, the segment size, the  compression  factor
       and  the  file  name.  The segment status can be either - for an active
       segment or D for a logically deleted segment.


       This program returns 0 if the operation was successful  or  >0  if  the
       operation failed.


       Castor_limits(4), lfc_chmod(3),


       LCG Grid Deployment Team