From: kevin lyda (kevin at domain suberic.net)
Date: Mon 13 Sep 1999 - 12:15:37 IST
Nick Hilliard spoke thusly:
>"rehash" is a ksh/bash-ism. If you live in csh land, the equivalent is
wrong. tcsh on linux and csh on solaris support the rehash command.
hash isn't even a valid command under tcsh.
someone earlier commented that linux doesn't cache binaries. actually,
chances are it does. the file cache will very likely contain commonly
used binaries (bash, tcsh, vi, daemons) and the code and text(?) sections
of binaries are shared across processes.
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