Why not set atime explicitly for 'noatime'-mounts?
The partition where my MBox-files lie is the only one i have to mount without
As i don't know when relatime comes for the rest of the filesystems (ocfs2
wouldn't be my choice for a filesystem, only to satisfy mutt a bit better) i
'Why doesn't mutt set the atime explicitly?'
So i did a short test:
<getting new mail, which is stored by procmail>
touch -a -t <whatever> <mbox-file>
clearly shows that procmail only updates the mtime, and "touch -a" only updates
So i guess i must be missing something big time, as this can't be that easy.
So where am i wrong?
Don't kill me for using Thunderbird/Icedove, i use mutt only for reading mail.
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