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Learn inotify efficient Linux file system event-monitoring in the 2.6 kernel - Linux tutorial


learn how to use inotify functions for a simple monitoring app. Download the sample code and Use inotify when you need efficient, fine-grained, asynchronous monitoring of Linux file system events. Use it for user-space monitoring for security, performance, or other purposes.
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