* Hannu Krosing (hannu(at)krosing(dot)net) wrote:
> If what you want is something close to current unix file time
> semantics (ctime, mtime, atime) then why not just create a function
> to look up these attributes on database directory and/or database
> files ?
Because, as noted before, those aren't always going to be correct.
Database files can be rewritten and recreated based on certain commands
(eg: CLUSTER). Perhaps there's a fork that isn't, but that almost seems
like it's more painful to try and figure out than just hooking in with
the CREATE command.
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