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Re: Track file usage



I guess strace can do that, but it gives more than you need.

- Yang

On 6/8/05, Andy Pieters <mailings vlaamse-kern com> wrote:
> Hi all
> 
> Those of you who have had the punishment of maintaining workstations with m$
> on it might have heard, or even used filemon (from sysinternals).  It hooks
> itself on the kernel and keeps an eye on what application accesses what file.
> 
> Is anyone aware of such an utlity for Linux?  No fancy gui needed, plain old
> cli will suffice.
> 
> Basically what I want to do is launch the app, then run another program and
> see what files are being opened by that program.
> 
> 
> Kind regards
> 
> 
> Andy
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