Glsof-Queries Check Open Files

Feb 19, 2010

Glsof-Queries is a GUI for the lsof (list open files) UNIX command with many query options. After a complete rework the open source tool is now available in version 1.0.0.

In this Glsof release the application was ported from C to Java with SWT libraries. The Glsof-Filemonitor was also made a separate app.

Glsof-Queries allows custom requests to Lsof, with the results sortable into columns. The tool also provides statistics, such as the number of opened files per process or user. The software is accompanied by a guide in PDF format; for now the program and documentation are available in English only.

Glsof-Queries is under GPLv3 licensing. The project page includes .jar files and the SVN repository of source code.

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