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I know that lsof can list all files which are being opened by running processes.

If there is a process, which will open a file and then will be terminated, I don't think I can catch the file that is opened by the process with lsof because the process terminated itself too fast.

So I'm looking for such a tool (named XXX), allowing me to do the thing as below:

XXX ./my_process args

And the output of the command should be like this:

file1
file2
file3

Which means that the my_process opens three files: file1, file2 and file3 while running.

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You could use strace:

strace -e trace=open -o trace.log ./my_process args

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