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SubjectRe: /proc/sys/kernel/pid_max issues
Hi!

> > With per-user PID recycling, it would be difficult for
> > him to grab the desired PID.
>
> I'd suggest pushing for 64-bit+ pid's, then. IIRC most of the work
> there is in userspace (the in-kernel part is trivial).

Actually 64-bit pids would be very nice for clustering.
mj did that once, IIRC, maybe he still has a patch?
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