I can monitor I/O with tools such as iotop. It allows me to identify which processes do how much I/O. Now I'd like to know which files those processes write all that data to. How would I do that? E....
I am searching for a program to log pid of any process that access to a file. I think such program may be a kernel module.
I'm using Windows 8 x64. The MSSE (renamed to Windows Defender) constantly causes BSoD during the quick scan (the problem described here). I wanna find out which was the last file[s] it accessed. ...
I'm looking a some software that will show me any and all files that are being accessed, modified, created, etc... in real time on my HDD. I don't know what to even look for. Process Explorer didn't ...
Is there a way for me to see if my hard drive is actually spinning or in sleep mode under Windows 7? I am looking for answers for both internal and external hard drives; they don't always have a light ...
I'm getting intermittent performance issues with my intel SSD (X25-M 160GB). every few days the Disk Queue Length gets very high and the machine effectively locks up - queue length being 10 to 15 for ...
I'm looking for a simple method that will log file system operations. It should display the name of the file being accessed or modified. I'm familiar with powertop, and it appears this works to an ...
Is there a utility for Windows that operates similarly to iotop for Linux? I'm looking for simple tool that can tell me what applications are writing to disk and how much they're actually writing.