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FD2PATH(2)                    System Calls Manual                   FD2PATH(2)

       fd2path - return file name associated with file descriptor

       #include <u.h>
       #include <libc.h>

       int fd2path(int fd, char *buf, int nbuf)

       As  described  in  intro(2),  the kernel stores a rooted path name with
       every open file or directory; typically, it is the  name  used  in  the
       original  access of the file.  Fd2path returns the path name associated
       with open file descriptor fd.  Up to nbuf bytes of the name are  stored
       in  buf;  if  the  name is too long, it will be silently truncated at a
       UTF-8 character boundary.  The name  is  always  null-terminated.   The
       return value of fd2path will be zero unless an error occurs.

       Changes to the underlying name space do not update the path name stored
       with the file descriptor.  Therefore, the path returned by fd2path  may
       no longer refer to the same file (or indeed any file) after some compo‐
       nent directory or file  in  the  path  has  been  removed,  renamed  or

       As  an  example,  getwd(2)  is  implemented by opening .  and executing
       fd2path on the resulting file descriptor.


       bind(1), ns(1), bind(2), intro(2), getwd(2), proc(3)

       Sets errstr.