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pathchk

pathchk [-p ] pathnames

Solaris only. Check pathnames. This command verifies that the file(s) named by pathnames do not violate any constraints of the underlying filesystem (such as a name that might be too long), and that the files could be accessed (e.g., if an intermediate directory lacks search permission, it is a problem). The -p option provides additional portability checks for the pathnames.


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