Thursday, July 20, 2006

Unix Tip: Using fuser to Identify Users and Processes
By Sandra Henry-Stocker

The fuser (pronounced "ef-user") command is a very handy command for determining who is currently using a particular file or directory. If one user can't access a file because another user has it locked in some way, the fuser command can help you determine who that user is so that
you can decide how to resolve the apparent conflict.

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