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TagSpaces - Your versatile data manager
An offline, open source, data manager. It helps you to browse and organize your files.
desktop  productivity  opensource  cross-platform  filesystem  tools 
2 days ago by liqweed
sveinbjornt/Sloth: Mac app that shows all open files and sockets in use by all running processes. Nice GUI for lsof.
Mac app that shows all open files and sockets in use by all running processes. Nice GUI for lsof. - sveinbjornt/Sloth
github  mac  macos  lsof  tools  security  osx  software  sysadmin  app  filesystem 
5 days ago by newtonapple
GitHub - sveinbjornt/Sloth: Mac app that shows all open files and sockets in use by all running processes. Nice GUI for lsof.
Sloth
Sloth is a Mac application that displays all open files and sockets in use by all running processes on your system. This makes it easy to inspect which apps are using which files and sockets.

View all open files, directories, IP sockets, devices, sockets and pipes
View IP socket status, protocol and version
Filter by name, access mode, volume, type, location, or using regular expressions
Sort by name, process ID, user etc.
Inspection window with detailed macOS and Unix file/socket info
Powerful contextual menu for file operations
Authenticate to run with root privileges
Sloth is essentially a graphical user interface built on top of the powerful lsof command line tool. The output of lsof is parsed and shown in a searchable, filterable outline view with all sorts of additional user-friendly functionality. Check out the screenshots below.

Sloth is free, open source software and has been maintained for a long time. If you find this program useful, please make a donation.

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lsof  MacOS  sysadmin  filesystem 
6 days ago by euler
Design techniques — AREA 17
Design techniques, methodology and best practices at AREA 17.
filesystem  conventions 
9 days ago by jsouthern
minio/mc: Minio Client is a replacement for ls, cp, mkdir, diff and rsync commands for filesystems and object storage.
Minio Client is a replacement for ls, cp, mkdir, diff and rsync commands for filesystems and object storage. - minio/mc
storage  cli  cloud  filesystem  go 
9 days ago by reorx
Understanding the bin, sbin, usr/bin , usr/sbin split
"You know how Ken Thompson and Dennis Ritchie created Unix on a PDP-7 in 1969? Well around 1971 they upgraded to a PDP-11 with a pair of RK05 disk packs (1.5 megabytes each) for storage. When the operating system grew too big to fit on the first RK05 disk pack (their root filesystem) they let it leak into the second one, which is where all the user home directories lived (which is why the mount was called /usr). They replicated all the OS directories under there (/bin, /sbin, /lib, /tmp...) and wrote files to those new directories because their original disk was out of space. When they got a third disk, they mounted it on /home and relocated all the user directories to there so the OS could consume all the space on both disks and grow to THREE WHOLE MEGABYTES (ooooh!)."
unix  filesystem  history  via:jm 
12 days ago by arsyed
OpenStack Swift | SwiftStack
Swift is a widely-used and popular object storage system provided under the Apache 2 open source license. Swift is designed to store files, videos, analytics data, web content, backups, images, virtual machine snapshots and other unstructured data at large scale with high availability and 12 nines of durability.
storage  filesystem  distributed  s3  object-store  opensource 
14 days ago by RBarnard

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