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Author shaurz
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Date 2010-10-19.23:14:29
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When copying a file with shutil.copy2() between two ext4 filesystems on 64-bit Linux, the mtime of the destination file is different after the copy. It appears as if the resolution is slightly different, so the mtime is truncated slightly. For example:

source file mtime:      1287367331.8433506
destination file mtime: 1287367331.84335
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