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SubjectRe: 2.2.19pre6 change in /proc behavior

At 2.4 too, but the status of file is o+r. Do see any
problem about this?

-Thiago Rondon

On Sat, 6 Jan 2001, TenThumbs wrote:

> Let's say a normal user has started a process with pid =
> 12345. /proc/12345 owner and group is the same as the user but
> /proc/12345/* are all owned by root so the normal user can't read most
> of the entries there. In 2.2.18 everything is owned by the user.
>
> Is this supposed to be happening?
>
> Thanks.
>
> --
> Sun
> 2001-01-06 17:30:47.031 UTC (JD 2451916.229711)
> X = -0.004587559, Y = -0.004598857, Z = -0.001825999
> X' = 0.000008151, Y' = -0.000003497, Z' = -0.000001714
>
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