cooktime man page
cooktime — set file times
cooktime [ option... ] filename...
The cooktime program is used to set the modified time or access time of a file. This can be used to defend against unwanted logical dependencies when making "minor" changes to files.
If no option is specified, the default action is as if "-Modify now" was specified.
The following options are understood.
- -Access date
This option may be used to set the last-access time of the files. The date is relatively free-format; rember to use quotes to insulate spaces from the shell.
- -Modify date
This option may be used to set the last-modify time of the files. The date is relatively free-format; rember to use quotes to insulate spaces from the shell.
- -Time-Stamp-Granularity seconds
This option may be used to specify the granularity of the filesystem's timestamps, otherwise a default value of 1 second is used.
When use alone, produces a listing of access times and modify times for the named files. When used with -Access or -Modify, produces a listing of the changes made.
Give some information on how to use the cooktime command.
Any other option will generate a diagnostic error.