Which Processes Hold A File Open? (fuser, Cont.)
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- Note that the fuser command is usually located
in the "/sbin" Directory - which is not found in the User's PATH, so
we needed to invoke it as /sbin/fuser.
- The flag that fuser attaches to a Process-ID
is one of:
- c - current Directory.
- e - executable being run.
- f - open File. f is omitted in default
- r - root Directory.
- m - mmap'ed File or shared library.