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I'm trying to quantify the amount of I/O in a server, but iotop tells me there's a big write rate and I can't find why.
Does iotop log only writing/reading files? Or does it log, for exemple, writing to sockets?
How can I know which files are written/read by a process?
Thanks for your helpsubmitted by MonsieurBanana
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