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awarded  Yearling
Jul
8
revised How to monitor and list modified files server wide for brief periods of time?
fixed long hyphens
Jul
8
comment How to monitor and list modified files server wide for brief periods of time?
See my solution. sysdig works fantastically.
Jul
8
answered How to monitor and list modified files server wide for brief periods of time?
Jul
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comment How to monitor and list modified files server wide for brief periods of time?
Well lsof is not entirely responsive enough to yield the realtime results that I'm hoping to achieve.
Jul
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comment How to monitor and list modified files server wide for brief periods of time?
In this case I am search for all files that various processes modify during certain intervals. These processes are varied and many. I am simply needing to find what files they are modifying as some of these processes are storing data in non standard locations as well as keeping logs in non standard locations and I need to understand where these files are and what they are so that I can isolate various issues happening in each of these processes configurations.
Jul
8
comment How to monitor and list modified files server wide for brief periods of time?
@ewwhite why is more context needed? As stated, I am simply wanting to monitor all files that are modified (or created) server-wide. All files. There's nothing else to add. This is for a specific purpose that is not necessary to explain further except that I need this capability. I want to be able to then grep through the output as needed to filter out the paths that I don't want if any exist, etc.
Jul
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comment How to monitor and list modified files server wide for brief periods of time?
Yeah, I was thinking about this, but I was hoping for some specific examples towards the goal outlined.
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asked How to monitor and list modified files server wide for brief periods of time?
Jun
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awarded  Tumbleweed
Jun
17
asked snoopexec with parent processes and full command path and args?
May
25
comment How to find the count of Apache workers' at a given point for shared IPs?
I want to know the apache workers to that I can know which user is being DDoS'd. Traffic hasn't seemed to be a valid indicator as, last time, most of the workers were hung and traffic gave no indication. Is there another way of isolating the user being DDoS'd in a shared IP setting?
May
25
revised How to find the count of Apache workers' at a given point for shared IPs?
make example more generic
May
25
asked How to find the count of Apache workers' at a given point for shared IPs?
Mar
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awarded  Popular Question
Feb
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comment How to find full process arguments and associated listening ports?
Thanks, it certainly can be cleaned up some more, but this worked just fine. I did 2>/dev/null it to remove a lot of extra warnings/errors coming off and I grep'd and grep -v'd some of the content out to filter it better. Thanks!
Feb
20
accepted How to find full process arguments and associated listening ports?
Feb
20
comment How to find full process arguments and associated listening ports?
Sure, here's the raw output: j.mp/1dPtubZ (Apologize, I made it on a wide terminal.)
Feb
20
comment How to find full process arguments and associated listening ports?
Great, thanks yes. Just FYI on CentOS 6.5 it gave me some funky output regarding the arguments that are being passed in: gist.github.com/8a36dbbc3fe9c8371742
Feb
20
comment How to find full process arguments and associated listening ports?
Thanks for heads up Mark, looking forward to a more detailed response!