Process Monitor for Linux is a small kernel module that allows you to watch all programs executed on the system. It is useful for generating full listings of programs (and their supplied arguments) run by certain "potentially dangerous" users on a system.
|Tags||Systems Administration Operating System Kernels Linux Utilities|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: A couple of small tweaks, and a fix for a bug which could cause an entire system to hang under very heavy loads.
Release Notes: A minor bug that prevented some processes from logging in under very heavy loads was fixed. A new 'watchusers' Perl script was added.
Release Notes: In this version, support was added for kernel licensing flags in modules and timestamps in the kernel.
Release Notes: Initial freshmeat announcement.