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A quick and dirty way on Linux (thanks to Lekensteyn): grep '/usr/lib/libssl1.*(deleted)' /proc/*/maps For precise parsing, you can call lsof with the -F option to get parsable output. Include the f field to filter on deleted files (fDEL) and the n field to get the path to the file. Note that the snippet below chokes on file names containing newlines. ...


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I found two ways to do this: Debian-specific, lists most deleted/replaced files held by processes (with the exception of certain files known to be transient, e.g. stuff in /tmp): The debian-goodies package contains checkrestart, which accomplishes something like what I've described by scraping the output of lsof to find open files that are gone or replaced ...



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