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Re: [suse-security] SuSE 9.0/Security updates
On Dec 9, Robert Schiele <rschiele@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 09, 2003 at 07:27:09PM +0100, Markus Gaugusch wrote:
> > I have a little question about SuSE 9.0/RPMv4. As an example, I'll assume
> > that the user has updated his ssh daemon with a new version (security
> > update).
> > In previous versions, the old sshd was renamed by the RPM system and the
> > new version was put in its place. The old version was deleted afterwards.
> > If the application was still running, the deleted file was still shown by
> > lsof and marked as (deleted). From that, I could tell whether an old
> > version was still running or not.
> > With SuSE 9.0 this has changed and I can't see the deleted files anymore
> > (at least not with lsof). Therefore I wonder, how I can find out if an old
> Hmm, works for me:
> $ cat > testfile & rm testfile; lsof | grep testfile
I'm talking about the RPM system, not the usual lsof/delete mechanism.
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