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How do you find which host has a file open - Linux Samba 3

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Hello,

I'm running Samba 3 on a file server. I'd like to be able to determine what host has a particular file open. How can I do this?

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will tell you which user is being server by which process

then down on the listing will thell you which process has a file open.

you can then match host/file open

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Thanks, that's what I needed.
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