Tool to show progress of open files and file systems
Ftop is to files what top is to processes. The progress of all open files and
file systems can be monitored. If run as a regular user, the set of open files
will be limited to those in that user's processes (which is generally all that
is of interest to the user). In any case, the selection of which files to
display is possible through a wide assortment of options. As with top, the
items are displayed in order from most to least active.
This is the README file for ftop 1.0.
Ftop is Copyright (C) 2009 Jason Todd <email@example.com>
Ftop displays progress information for the open files and file systems in a
Linux system. As processes read and write files, ftop displays data rates and
time estimates. Its feature-rich interface is similar to top, and includes
extensive run-time configuration options.
Feb 16, 2009
ftop 1.0 released
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2009/02/16: ftop 1.0
- Initial release.
- Changes planned for future releases:
ftop 1.0 (2009):
Design & Development Jason Todd <email@example.com>
GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE
Version 3, 29 June 2007
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