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Ok, in that case, then "lsof" does not show files opened by AFP connected users. I currently have a few documents open from a sharepoint and the file is not listed as being open - absolutely nothing, not even showing that appleshare server has it open... the files are not listed as open at all. Even if lsof would list the appleshare server process as having the file open, it doesn't help much in narrowing down who has the open file especially where there are tens or hundreds of connected users. But this point is moot since lsof doesn't work for AFP users/files. On 8/29/05 1:13 PM, "Dan Shoop" wrote: > At 12:52 PM -0700 8/29/05, david chan wrote: >> Are you sure lsof shows files opened via AFP connected users? I tried >> invoking the following but get no results: >> >> lsof email@hidden:548 > > of coruse, lsof shows ALL open files. If they're open, they'll be listed. > > However your syntax is rather wooly. First, the client IP isn't going > to be connected from port 548, it's connected TO port 548. Second, it > would be matching the TCP connection, not the file anyway. > > Perhaps if you' just look at the output of `lsof` it might be clearer to you > ;) > > And remember, it's not the user that's got the file open on the file > server, it's the AppleShare server process. -- David Chan | San Francisco
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