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This is a pretty open-ended question. To get some useful answers you're probably going to have to be a bit more specific.

Of course, if you just want access to the functionality of lsof, then you could do something like this:

#!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; my $lsof = "/usr/sbin/lsof -u 'root'"; # Change this to suit open DATA, "$lsof|" or die "Could not open $lsof:$!\n"; while (<DATA>) { print; } close DATA;

Darren :)

In reply to Re: how to know the files opened by a process by McDarren
in thread how to know the files opened by a process by swaroop

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