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comment Create a test file with lots of zero bytes
+1. Interesting question. Could someone kindly elaborate in which scenarios would such a file be required..?
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comment List all open '.log' files in *nix
@unixhacker2010 - I agree with (1), so shall remove the Solaris label. pstree in the 2nd example was a typo, I meant to write pfiles <PID>. thanks
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comment List all open '.log' files in *nix
@goldilocks - is there anyway we can identify these apps? I guess syslog would be a path that we could grep?
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comment List all open '.log' files in *nix
Thank you! The 'text file descriptor' filter is definitely an efficient way of searching for text log files
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comment List all open '.log' files in *nix
Thanks @Sukminder. I have updated my answer to reflect this.
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comment List all open '.log' files in *nix
Just checked the man page - NF: number of fields in the current record. So is it better to use $NF in place of $9 (9th field has list the files on my system) in case the number of fields change across implementation..?
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answered List all open '.log' files in *nix