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SubjectRe: Will Mosix go into the standard kernel?


On Tue, 27 Feb 2001, David L. Nicol wrote:

> /proc/cluster/.... this would be standard root point for clustering stuff
>
> /proc/mosix would go away, become proc/cluster/mosix
>
> and the same with whatever bproc puts into /proc; that stuff would move to
> /proc/cluster/bproc

#include <std_rants/Thou_Shalt_Not_Shite_Into_Procfs>

Guys, if you want a large subtree in /proc - whack yourself over the head
until you realize that you want an fs of your own. I'll be more than
happy to help with both parts.

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