Conor Daly wrote:
>> Running two boxes, one SunOS 5.5 the other SunOS 5.7 Is there an equivalent
> of lsof for these boxes? I'm trying to do a C-shell script to do a waitfor
> on a file and I can do it for a file that shows on a command-line using ps
> but I really need lsof instead.
How about using lsof? It's available for Solaris
http://www.sunfreeware.com/ I think, and if not the source
(ftp://vic.cc.purdue.edu/pub/tools/unix/lsof/) should build on Solaris.
If solaris's man supports -k you could try man -k open | grep files -
also it'll be in section 8 of the man pages, if that's a help. And it'll
likely be one of the executables in /usr/sbin :)
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