for a in $(find . -xdev -type f -printf '%i\n'|sort|uniq -d);do find . -xdev -inum $a -printf '%s %i %m %n %U %G %AD %Ar %p\n';done|sort -n|awk '{if(x!=$2){print "---"};x=$2;print $0}'

Sort by size all hardlinked files in the current directory (and subdirectories)

The listing will be nice separated with dashes in chunks of identical files. Output format: Size Inode Mode Count_of_identical_files UID GID Date Time Path/Filename
Sample Output
157 10840 644 2 1000 1000 04/09/12 02:23:44 PM ./bookmarks.xml
157 10840 644 2 1000 1000 04/09/12 02:23:44 PM ./mydir/bookmarks.xml
---
1987 10845 644 3 1000 1000 04/09/12 02:23:44 PM ./kst.gif
1987 10845 644 3 1000 1000 04/09/12 02:23:44 PM ./mydir/neki.gif~
1987 10845 644 3 1000 1000 04/09/12 02:23:44 PM ./mydir/text.gif
---
1988 10846 644 2 1000 1000 04/09/12 02:23:44 PM ./mydir/neki1.gif
1988 10846 644 2 1000 1000 04/09/12 02:23:44 PM ./mydir/neki.gif

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By: knoppix5
2012-04-09 12:52:07

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It doesn't work; it lists everything. You've missed out the -d option to uniq (only show duplicates). |sort|uniq -d); do find
flatcap · 319 weeks and 1 day ago
Corrected. Thank you, flatcap.
knoppix5 · 319 weeks and 1 day ago

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