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LoggedFS is a transparent fuse-filesystem which allows you to log every operation that happens in the backend filesystem. Logs can
LoggedFS is a transparent fuse-filesystem which allows you to log every operation that happens in the backend filesystem.
Logs can be written to syslog, to a file, or to standard output. LoggedFS project comes with an XML configuration file in which you can choose exactly what you want to log.
You can add filters on users, operations (open, read, write, chown, chmod, etc.), filenames, and return codes.
Filename's filters are regular expressions. Since it is fuse-based, you don't need to change anything in your kernel or hard disk partition to use it.
Filesystem in Userspace 2.3.0
What's New in This Release:
No need for a backend and a mountpoint anymore.
Loggedfs is now transparent to users.
Several bugs corrected by Darryl Dixon.
Filter on return code (Darryl Dixon).
You can now log only successes or failures if you want to.
New -l option to write logs to a file.
Configuration can be read from stdin so it's easy to use with scripts.
New manual file.
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