Dirlogger is a free and powerful command-line tool specially designed to monitor and log directories for any changes to folders and files.
Dirlogger is also able to calculate the MD5 checksums or files. Command-line usage:
dl [dir] [arg1] [arg2] ...
verbose - Dump all output to console
interval=5 - Interval mode, in minutes
logfile=/path/to/file - Log dir/file changes to file (optional)
datafile=/path/to/file - The internal data file, which dl compares to each run. (optiona)
More information about how to install and use this CLI utility on your Linux operating system can be found in the official home page.
- Fixed bug where dirlogger only could read x amount of directories.
- Fixed a bug where dirlogged might crash in interval mode.
- Changed datafile system to use sqlite inmemory database. (x% faster)
- Interval mode can now be stopped using the esc key