Unix Tip #4581- September 26, 2014


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I SEE YOU WITH FUSER


In System V, you can use the following command to see who is accessing
a particular file system:

fuser

For example, to see who is accessing the /cdrom directory:

fuser /cdrom

This command is useful if you wish to unmount a file system but the system
is unable to do so because it is being used.


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