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How do you find out which processes have a lock on a given file, in Linux?

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In addition to lslk, you could also try lsof.

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Try fuser

In the example below, I have run fuser against a jar file and it has shown me the pids for the processes using the jar.

$ fuser app.jar

app.jar:    15529m   26293m   23017m
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You try lslk?

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  • lslk is old stuff; for example, it does not appear anymore in newer releases of RHEL than 3. – wzzrd Oct 5 '09 at 11:13
  • Yeah, lsof was what I was thinking of. But it was already on my Debian Etch box, so go figure. – user17642 Oct 5 '09 at 15:37

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