Unix Tip #4322- January 10, 2014


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FILES OPENED BY A PROCESS


This is supported on Sun Solaris, not too sure about
other Unix flavours.

I badly wanted to find out all the files opened by
a process, and that is when I found pfiles.

Usage :
/usr/proc/bin/pfiles

Where pid is the process-id of the process.

It lists the inode numbers of all the files, opened
by that process.


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