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    SubjectRe: Kernel facilities for tracking file accesses
    J.C. Wren wrote:
    > Does any facility exist in the 2.4 and up kernels for logging *every* open,
    > read, write, seek, close, etc call?

    Can't you just use strace against the daemon?

    > I would prefer something
    > that monitors the entire system, rather than trying to sandbox this
    > particular program (it runs as a daemon).

    How about the Linux Trace Toolkit?

    Chris

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