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SubjectRe: Dissociating process from bin's filesystem
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On Wednesday 24 April 2002 10:47 pm, Eric Buddington wrote:
> Is there any way to dissociate a process from its on-disk binary?

Sure. Fire up an instance of ramfs, copy the file there (and its associated
libraries), chroot and exec the copy on ramfs. Sort of like initrd in
reverse. :)

You could also try to extensively rewrite the kernel to completely disable
paging, but I wouldn't recommend it.

Rob
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