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.
Yes, lsof shows all open files.
I just found out that BBEdit will close the files is has displayed and
only open them during opening/closing (reading/writing).
But FileMaker keeps it's files open, and they are listed is lsof.
As I stated, many apps read in the file as data to memory, then close
it. It's a very common practice.
Databases, on the other hand, need to continually access the
file/data, so they like to keep the file(s) open, but even then
there's a lot of in memory manipulation with only writes getting
flushed out as necessary, mostly for performance reasons.
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