Locked files

Posted on 1999-07-15
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How can you find out who has a particular file open or locked?
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Does your system have `fuser`?

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What system are you on?

In any case, download "lsof" from somewhere on the web, compile it and you get the information you want.

Hope this helps

This link should help you to find the "lsof" http://ftpsearch.lycos.com/cgi-bin/search?form=lycosnet&query=lsof&filetype=All+files

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