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Hello All, I want to implement a layer before linux file system and copy (passively i.e. without hindering the normal file i/o operation) all the data which is getting written ...
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    Hooking File System on Linux OS


    Hello All,

    I want to implement a layer before linux file system and copy (passively i.e. without hindering the normal file i/o operation) all the data which is getting written (fwrite or write) on the hard disk.

    This operation I want to do for only few opened files.

    Please suggest.

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    hm.. you can overwrite standard syscalls with using syscalls table, but you must patch 2.6 kernel for opening this feature

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    Hello whiter4bbit,

    Thanks for responding. Can you suggest me any tutorials regarding the same. Please suggest the from the implementation point of view as well because I want to code it as well.

    I try googling but alas!!!! i didn't find any resources related to this.

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