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fspy(1)                     User Commands                    fspy(1)



NAME
       fspy - filesystem activity monitoring tool

SYNOPSIS
       fspy [options] [file/dir]

OPTIONS
       -F, --filter STRING/REGEX
              a  string  or regular expression which will be used to
              filter the output.  (the regex will be matched against
              the whole path e.g. [/etc/passwd])

       -I, --inverted STRING/REGEX
              its  the  same  like -F/--filter but inverted. you can
              combine both.  e.g. -F '.conf' -I  'wvdial.conf'  will
              filter  for files with ".conf" in its name but without
              "wvdial.conf" in it.

       -R, --recursive NUMBER
              enables the recursive engine to look  at  a  depth  of
              NUMBER.

       -A, --adaptive
              (HIGHLY-EXPERIMENTAL)  enables the adaptive mode. e.g.
              if new items will be added within the path  fspy  will
              automatically add those items to the watch list.

       -D, --diff VALUE
              (EXPERIMENTAL) enables the diffing feature.  VALUE may
              be a comma separated list of: s - element size  (byte)
              A - last access time (e.g. Mon Jul 21 21:32:31 2008) M
              - last modification time (e.g.  Mon  Jul  21  21:32:31
              2008)  S  -  last  status change time (e.g. Mon Jul 21
              21:32:31 2008) O - permissions (octal) U - owner (uid)
              G - group (gid) I - inode number D - device id

       -T, --type VALUE
              specifies  the type of objects to look for.  VALUE may
              be a comma separated list of: f -  regular  file  d  -
              directory  s  -  symlink  p  - FIFO/pipe c - character
              device b - block device o - socket default is any.

       -O, --output VALUE
              specifies output format.  VALUE may be a  comma  sepa‐
              rated  list  of:  f  -  filename  p  - path d - access
              description t - element type s - element size (byte) w
              -  watch descriptor (inotify manpage) c - cookie (ino‐
              tify manpage) m  -  access  mask  (inotify  manpage  |
              src/fsevents.h)  l  -  len  (inotify manpage) A - last
              access time (e.g. Mon Jul 21 21:32:31 2008) M  -  last
              modification  time (e.g. Mon Jul 21 21:32:31 2008) S -
              last status change time  (e.g.  Mon  Jul  21  21:32:31
              2008)  O  -  permissions  (octal)  U - owner (uid) G -
              group (gid) I - inode number D - device id  T  -  date
              and  time  (for  this event) (e.g. Tue Mar 25 09:23:16
              CET 2008) e.g.: '[,T,],  ,d,:,p,f'  would  result  in:
              '[Mon    Sep     1    12:31:25    2008]    file    was
              opened:/etc/passwd' (take a look at the README).

       -h, --help
              this short help.

       --version
              version information.

AUTHOR
       fspy is Copyright 2008-2009, Richard Sammet

       This  manual  page   was   written   by   Giuseppe   Iuculano
       <giuseppe@iuculano.it>,  for  the  Debian project (but may be
       used by others).



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