The incrond and inotify tools are gone from the distribution, they were present in 11.1... Has the functionality been merged somewhere else? Thanks in advance...
on 12/03/2009 – Made popular on 12/03/2009
nixCraft: "I want to copy (rsync to remote server) a directory tree whenever file uploaded or deleted in /var/www/html/upload/ directory under Linux operating systems for backup purpose and/or load balancing purpose without getting into complex file sharing setup such as NFS or GFS iscsi storage."
As the title suggests, is there a way of being notified of recently opened sockets using inotify/inotify-tools? As far as I can tell inotify only works with inodes and specifically testing if those inodes are sockets isn't something that inotify is actually capable of. Further to that, I can't seem to find where sockets FD's are stored.
I'm trying to figure out which processes are deleting files from a specific directory on my CentOS server.
I looked at inotify, but all this does is to tell me how many file deletions are occurring; it does not tell me what process run by which user did the deletions, nor does it tell me when they happened.
I also tried auditd, but I have had no luck in getting it set up on my server.
Tom Gundersen wrote:
This April marked the ten year anniversary of the last net-tools
release. We decided to look at this as an opportunity to deprecate
net-tools and provide alternative, and better maintained, solutions
for net-tools functionality.
Is this thing on? *tap* *tap*. Good evening friends, this is your openSUSE Board speaking. If you didn’t hear yet, Novell has agreed to be acquired by Attachmate Corporation. What does that mean for the openSUSE Project?