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loggedfs (filesystem monitoring with FUSE)

LoggedFS is a fuse-based filesystem which can log every operation that
happens in it. LoggedFS only sends a message to syslog (or a file) when
called by fuse and then let the real filesystem do the rest of the job.

Note: loggedfs doesn't cross filesystem boundaries. If you e.g. have
/usr/local mounted as a separate partition, monitoring /usr won't also
monitor /usr/local (though you can always run another instance of loggedfs
in that case).

Slackware note: since Slackware's /etc/mtab is a regular file (not a
symlink to /proc/mounts), killing a loggedfs process causes its /etc/mtab
entry to stay. This makes it look like the filesystem is still mounted,
though it actually isn't. To avoid this, always use "fusermount -u"
to cleanly umount the fs, which will also make the loggedfs process exit.

This requires: rlog

Maintained by: B. Watson
Keywords: filesystem,logging,installwatch
ChangeLog: loggedfs


Source Downloads:
loggedfs-loggedfs-0.9.tar.gz (d04761535b471a15b7bd4475d0fb3483)

Download SlackBuild:
loggedfs.tar.gz.asc (FAQ)

(the SlackBuild does not include the source)

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