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SubjectRe: Process vs. Threads
Gregory Maxwell wrote:

>
> There are no threads in Linux.
> All tasks are processes.
> Processes can share any or none of a vast set of resources.
>
Is there a way a user program can find out what resources
are shared among which processes?

That would allow enhancing ps, top, etc to
report memory usage correctly.

Helge Hafting
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