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comment How can be monitored I/O stream in a particular Linux directory or file?
As I know, auditctl will create a log in the /var/log/audit folder which have to parse later by using some tools. It is not so convenient way especially in the monitor that i'm going to build. Maybe you can recommend some other not so complex approach?
Jan
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comment How can be monitored I/O stream in a particular Linux directory or file?
Ok, thanks. The first approach is clear - yep, if some processes has an activity on some folder/file it is no problem how to measure. But your second recommendation is can be problematic because if I'm even detected all processes that has an activity on interesting folder/file I cannot be sure that they are reading and writing only there.
Jan
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comment How can be monitored I/O stream in a particular Linux directory or file?
Thank you very much for really valuable and complete answer. I have been thinking already to use a such way but don't venturing to do it because it is quite complexly. By the way, how I can get all processes IPs that have activity on defined folder? You mention that I can use inotify. I will be very appreciate if you say little bit more?
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