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SubjectRe: Major regression on hackbench with SLUB (more numbers)
> Same here. In fact, I've always considered that procfs was for
> humans while sysfs was for tools. sysfs reminds me too much the
> unexploitable /devices in Solaris. With the proper tools, I think
> we can do a lot with it, but it's not as intuitive to find the
> proper tools as it was to do "ls" followed by "cat" in /proc.

find /sys/... -type f | while read i ; do echo "$i: $(<$i)" ; done
tends to work reasonably well for a quick overview, but yes
cat was nicer for humans.

-Andi


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