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- Oct 16 2018, 11:01 AM (56 w, 5 d)
Oct 4 2019
Aug 19 2019
Thanks for the reminder. I will commit this later today.
Aug 2 2019
Ok, based on feedback here and elsewhere, here's a version that uses getopt_long() from libc. It supports both --ppid (like Linux ps) and -P (like pgrep), and it seemed reasonable to add obvious long opts for --pid, --tty and --jail too. I decided not to try to add Linux-like --user, --User, --group, --Group in this patch (-u, -U, -g, -G all look a bit unportable and complicated). Thoughts?
Jul 30 2019
Jul 18 2019
Tested, the bad code removal works as described. +1 for getting rid of the BACKWARD zones by default, to match base. LGTM.
Jul 17 2019
Jul 15 2019
Jun 29 2019
I suppose we could update tzsetup(8) to use the new version too, if we're going to install it. So here's a patch that teaches that to handle the modern format with multi-country first field, and gets rid of the hardcoded "Arctic" menu because it went away in the data (concretely that means that people in https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Svalbard would need to choose Europe -> Norway, whose timezone they share as I assume they are well aware, being "a full part of the Kingdom of Norway").
Jun 15 2019
Jun 6 2019
Please re-read what I suggested in previous reply.
May 25 2019
Got rid of allocation/copying.
Show POSIX segments as "(unlinked)" if their name has gone.
Show SysV segments with their key_t (same way it is displayed in ipcs output).
May 23 2019
An obvious example of another user would be SysV shm. I suppose it should show the key (in hex format?) as the "path". Then of course you would use jail_adjust = false.
May 22 2019
May 20 2019
May 18 2019
Thanks for working on this! I took it for a quick spin and have some initial feedback.
Feb 28 2019
Feb 22 2019
Nov 20 2018
Oct 28 2018
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Oct 16 2018
Here's a better version (the last one had an unintended stray change).
Note: this is a refactoring suggested by mjg, to support his future plans to change the representation of panic state to something small in __read_frequently. The new macro will hide those details from all these call sites, though for now it just does what it was doing before (with the addition of the prediction).