List open files.
Lsof is a Unix-specific diagnostic tool. It's name stands
for LiSt Open Files, and it does just that. It lists
information about any files that are open by processes
current running on the system.
Only work on kernel version 2.0.34
lsof for DEBIAN
I have taken over the package from Michael Meskes. Compiled with the
HASSECURITY option enabled meaning you can only see open files for your
The current version of lsof has some dependencies on the kernel version.
This version was compiled with kernel 2.0.33 If you are using a
different version the program will only partially work.
lsof - list open files
lsof [ -?abChlnNOPstUvVX ] [ -A A ] [ -c c ] [ -d d ] [ -D D
] [ +|-f ] [ -F [f] ] [ -g [s] ] [ -i [i] ] [ -k k ] [ -m m ]
[ +|-M ] [ -o [o] ] [ -p s ] [ +|-r [t] ] [ -S [t] ] [ -T [t]
] [ -u s ] [ +|-w ] [ -- ] [names]
lsof (4.28-3) frozen; urgency=medium
* Switched back to non-kernel-version for hamm release
-- Jim Mintha <firstname.lastname@example.org> Fri, 17 Jul 1998 04:50:10 -0700
lsof (4.28-2) frozen unstable; urgency=medium
* Change package name to include kernel version (#24327)
* Small patch to build with new glibc stuff.
-- Jim Mintha <email@example.com> Thu, 16 Jul 1998 05:01:38 -0700
This package was debianized by Jim Mintha firstname.lastname@example.org on
Sun, 15 Mar 1998 04:42:33 -0800.
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