Dan Nelson wrote:
Not sure about requirement #2, but the lsof port does similar things and
I think accomplishes requirements #1 and #3 according to what you want.
In the last episode (May 11), Ian Lord said:
Just a quick question, do you know a port that will do about the same
thing as filemon for windows ?
Basically, just a command line tool to list all access to disk showing
1- File being access
2- Success of failure
3- Process accessing the file
"ktrace -di -p0 -ti" is the closest we have at the moment, but that
only logs the I/O actions themselves, not the syscalls generating the
I/O. Removing the "-ti" flag will tell ktrace to log all I/O and all
syscall activity, which may be information overload. If you're only
interested in a single process, take a look at the truss command.
If/when the port of Solaris' dtrace is completed, it will be able to do
exactly what you want and more.
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