How can I exclude the output of lsof -c <processname> /path/ from a list of files in /path/ for example find /path/ -type f I was thinking something like this: find ...
I am trying to determine which files a process creates when it runs. I know that I can list the file handles of a currently running process by looking in /proc or using lsof. However, the problem is ...
Does anyone know the difference of ps -awx vs. ps -awwx? I'm tracking down some processes, and I see significantly more information when I add an additional "w". Does this work like in other cases ...
The files opened by XYZ process can be found with the command ls -l /proc/PID/fd Is there anyway that can be done in a more interactive way like tail auto-refreshing every x seconds? Thank you.
How do you find out which processes have a lock on a given file, in Linux?
I have a daemon process and I want to know what files it has open (and ideally what its CWD is). Is there any shell command that can tell me that?