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RE: Checking thew ststus of a file



Lsof displays all the files which are used / opened and its dependent
libraries  .You can see all the opened files  specific to a user from
the console using lsof -u <username>

Thanks,
Krishnaprasad


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Sreekumaran
Sent: Thursday, December 13, 2007 3:55 PM
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Subject: Checking thew ststus of a file


Hello,
How can I check the status of a file (open, closed) in a shell script?
Is there an example available? 
Can I use lsof command and how?

Thanks in advance,
Kumar
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