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Old 03-13-2009, 01:51 AM   #1
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system link

I have many system link ( made by ln -s )in my RHEL system , can advise how can I find out all these link ? as I would like to migrate this server to another server , I will setup all link in the new server
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# find / -type l

This will search all the dirs starting from the / and look for files of the type symbolic link. (It's the letter "l" as in line, not simple I or number one)

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