How to get the
mtime of a file on Linux from the file’s path?
You can use
stat to get the file status including the mtime:
%y time of last modification, human-readable %Y time of last modification, seconds since Epoch
As an example,
$ stat -c %y ./file 2017-06-26 13:33:06.764042064 +0800 $ stat -c %Y ./file 1498455186