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SubjectRe: Dissociating process from bin's filesystem

You could always copy the process to a RAM filesystem like tmpfs
or a ramdisk.

On Wed, Apr 24, 2002 at 10:47:14PM -0400, Eric Buddington wrote:
> Is there any way to dissociate a process from its on-disk binary? In
> other words, I want to start 'foo_daemon', then unmount the filesystem
> it started from. It seems to me this would be reasonably accomplished
> by loading the binary completely into memory first ro eliminate the
> dependence.
>
> Is this possible, or planned? Are there intractable problems with it
> that I don't see?
>
> Eric Buddington
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