Re: Looking for a file monitor

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On Fri, 24 Feb 2006 at 11:02:20 -0600, Hareesh Nagarajan wrote:

> But if we want to keep a track of all the files that are opened, read, 
> written or deleted (much like filemon; ``Filemon's timestamping feature 
> will show you precisely when every open, read, write or delete, happens, 
> and its status column tells you the outcome."), we can write a simple 
> patch that makes a note of these events on the VFS layer, and then we 
> could export this information to userspace, via relayfs. It wouldn't be 
> too hard to code a relatively efficient implementation.

 Doesn't auditing do all this?

 I have Fedora Core 4 installed and it comes with the 'audit' RPM.

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