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I want to know who is calling the gvfsd process and when? From where it is running? If we want to run it manually ...

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If you open a terminal and type ps axu | grep gvfsd you will see what instances of gvfsd are running.

It will show you where the process is running from and what arguments it was passed when started. It will also show you when it started and the user that started it.

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if I understood the question properly, he's not looking for a user but a software that launched/required the presence of the GNOME Virtual File System daemon. –  sylvainulg Nov 8 '11 at 17:10
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