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fspy - Online in the Cloud

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This is the command fspy that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator

PROGRAM:

NAME


fspy - filesystem activity monitoring tool

SYNOPSIS


fspy [options] [file/dir]

OPTIONS


-F, --filter STRING/REGEX
a string or regular expression which will be used to filter the output. (the regex
will be matched against the whole path e.g. [/etc/passwd])

-I, --inverted STRING/REGEX
its the same like -F/--filter but inverted. you can combine both. e.g. -F '.conf'
-I 'wvdial.conf' will filter for files with ".conf" in its name but without
"wvdial.conf" in it.

-R, --recursive NUMBER
enables the recursive engine to look at a depth of NUMBER.

-A, --adaptive
(HIGHLY-EXPERIMENTAL) enables the adaptive mode. e.g. if new items will be added
within the path fspy will automatically add those items to the watch list.

-D, --diff VALUE
(EXPERIMENTAL) enables the diffing feature. VALUE may be a comma separated list
of: s - element size (byte) A - last access time (e.g. Mon Jul 21 21:32:31 2008) M
- last modification time (e.g. Mon Jul 21 21:32:31 2008) S - last status change
time (e.g. Mon Jul 21 21:32:31 2008) O - permissions (octal) U - owner (uid) G -
group (gid) I - inode number D - device id

-T, --type VALUE
specifies the type of objects to look for. VALUE may be a comma separated list of:
f - regular file d - directory s - symlink p - FIFO/pipe c - character device b -
block device o - socket default is any.

-O, --output VALUE
specifies output format. VALUE may be a comma separated list of: f - filename p -
path d - access description t - element type s - element size (byte) w - watch
descriptor (inotify manpage) c - cookie (inotify manpage) m - access mask (inotify
manpage | src/fsevents.h) l - len (inotify manpage) A - last access time (e.g. Mon
Jul 21 21:32:31 2008) M - last modification time (e.g. Mon Jul 21 21:32:31 2008) S
- last status change time (e.g. Mon Jul 21 21:32:31 2008) O - permissions (octal) U
- owner (uid) G - group (gid) I - inode number D - device id T - date and time (for
this event) (e.g. Tue Mar 25 09:23:16 CET 2008) e.g.: '[,T,], ,d,:,p,f' would
result in: '[Mon Sep 1 12:31:25 2008] file was opened:/etc/passwd' (take a look at
the README).

-h, --help
this short help.

--version
version information.

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