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Re: Track file usage



Hi
On Wednesday 08 June 2005 21:46, dan wrote:
> I use 'lsof' quite often, and it does the same thing, almost, as
> filemon.  It simply lists open files.  I'm not sure if it is capable of
> doing a continuous list, however - anyone else know?
>

Thank you.  It is helpfull.

So I wanted to see what files an application access when it starts.

I did this

#!bin/bash
$1
/usr/sbin/lsof -p $!

Easy... Simple.. Effective... 


Many thanks!


Andy

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