The Sleuth Kit 4.0
Generic structure to store the file name information that is stored in a directory. More...
|Flags that describe allocation status etc. |
|Address of the metadata structure that the name points to. |
|Sequence number for metadata structure (NTFS only) |
|The name of the file (in UTF-8) |
|The number of bytes allocated to name. |
|Metadata address of parent directory (equal to meta_addr if this entry is for root directory). |
|The short name of the file or null (in UTF-8) |
|The number of bytes allocated to shrt_name. |
|File type information (directory, file, etc.) |
Generic structure to store the file name information that is stored in a directory.
Most file systems seperate the file name from the metadata, but some do not (such as FAT). This structure contains the name and address of the metadata.
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