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SubjectRe: Faster /proc access
On Mon, May 17, 1999 at 03:22:01PM +0200, Jos Hulzink allegedly wrote:
> Hi,
>
> In a kernel-wishlist for 2.1 / 2.2 there was a wish about faster /proc
> access (i.e. binary /proc). I thought this was a nice project for me to
> start real kernel development (in the past, I've only hacked a bit and
> worked on the GGI project) For I'm new to this list, I want to ask if any
> important messages on this topic have been on this list in the past.
> (maybe this project is cancelled / already done ?)
>
> I wrote down my own ideas on my web-site. Take a look at them at
> http://kwik.ele.tue.nl/ .I'm still thinking of most things, but at least
> you have an idea.
>
> Greetings,
>
> Jos Hulzink, josh@stack.nl

You should probably subscribe to the linux-perf mailinglist, since they've
been discussing implementations of a new proc interface the last couple of
weeks.

Mathijs

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