Getting the file name

The script below produces a result, but I dont know what file applies
to what result.
Thought the file name would be $i, but printing that gives me the grep
result line in total

How can I print the file name?



for i in /var/www/*.csv

cat $i|grep $USER|awk -F "," '{sum+=$4}END {print " Usage = "sum/60}'


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