Le Mon 17/03/2008, Bill Moran disait > In response to Dan Nelson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: > > > In the last episode (Mar 17), Bill Moran said: > > > In response to "Armando Cambra" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: > > > > > > > Or try to find the culprit with lsof (can't remember the options). > > > > You will see some processes using files you don't have --> kill > > > > that process and your space will be freed. > > > > > > You can also use fstat if you don't wan to install Linux software on your > > > BSD system. > > > > The l in lsof doesn't stand for Linux :) lsof is bsd-licensed > > actaully. > > True, but not my point. > > lsof is like wget ... it's built into almost every Linux distro. Thus > you see lots of people suggesting your install lsof and wget on BSD > systems with no mention of fstat and fetch. Even if lsof is BSD > licensed, it's really a Linux program on account of how it's used. > > fstat, in particular, is just as useful as lsof in every case I've needed > it.
I use lsof to get the list of removed files still open (lsof +L1, useful after a port upgrade to check wether all upgraded daemons indeed restarted). It seems it's not possible with fstat. -- Erwan _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"