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    SubjectRe: ps performance sucks
    Albert D. Cahalan wrote:
    > If you're going to do that, then specify stuff via the filename:
    > /proc/12345/hack/80basic,20pids,20uids,40argv,4tty,4stat

    Well, you'd get the numbers (sizes) from the kernel, as a
    response. Of course, you could define the interface such that
    the query (after all, that's what it is) contains the full
    field name plus size information, and the kernel just says
    "EINVAL" if it doesn't like it, but then you lose some
    flexibility. Might not be a big deal, though.

    Yeah, perhaps it's actually better to avoid being overly
    clever. How frequently are ps and friends hit by the removal
    of fields or size changes anyway ?

    Oh, BTW, it would be more like /proc/hack/<query>, so you do
    all PIDs in one sweep.

    > Not that I care for dealing with the above!

    Well, that's what programs are for :-)

    - Werner

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