QNAP find open files function

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Where to find QNAP find open files and application function? Does such function even exist?  What I need to do is check which files or applications use the most resources.

I tried looking in Resource Monitoring but I didn’t find it.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #191701

QNAP find open files function

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Hello Green,

I think what you need to have is the ipkg. In order to install any ipkg, you will need to first of all open a terminal session, and then do the following:

  • Type 'ipkg update'
  • And then type 'ipkg install lsof'

That is it. You can execute 'lsof' after that.

Regards,

Nicke

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It is possible to open files and applications in QNAP. But you need to install Isof via Optware/Ipkg. 
This may help you solving the problem and you can see your files. 
Its also very easy to install Isof there are only three easy steps to follow: 
Firstly open a terminal session. 
Secondly type Ipkg update. 
Thirdly type Ipkg install Isof. 
Now with the help of Isof you can open files. 
 

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