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    SubjectRe: [patch 1/1] /proc/$$/ipaddr and per-task networking bits
    El jue, 10-03-2005 a las 15:26 +0100, Arjan van de Ven escribió:
    > a few questions
    > 1) Why is this a config option; if it's useful it should just be always
    > on really

    Just to be removed if it applies for mainline.

    > 2) Can you explain briefly what this is useful for?

    For keeping track on the "originating ip address of the
    task/process" (the ipv4 address of the user that started the
    It adds an ipaddr entry if available for each /proc/<pid> entry, among
    the API changes.

    root@dg:/usr/src# cat /proc/5907/ipaddr

    > 3) How does this work for existing stuff if, say, your dhcp lease
    > changes and your machine no longer owns a certain IP, what will happen
    > to the tasks?
    > 4) if a machine has multiple IPs.. which one is chosen ?

    The patch has nothing to do with this, as it's objective is different.
    See and
    if you want useful and real examples on how it works and helps.

    Lorenzo Hernández García-Hierro <>
    [1024D/6F2B2DEC] & [2048g/9AE91A22][]
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