Refer to attached script.
Somehow I felt it does not build a base MD5 database (as baseline)
of all files in the server or does it?
Can it be run on RHEL 5.x, 6.x & Solaris x86 or some syntax
needs to be modified?
Is it CPU & IO intensive? Will it help reduce the impact on system
load if run with "nohup nice ./script_name > /tmp/a.txt 2>a.err" ?
What's the usual practice after building a baseline of the MD5,
do we run this script daily, weekly or ?
If files get modified, say by authorized applications & tools, does
it get flagged out or only those files that are maliciously modified
Any enhancement to the attached is welcome