Subject: Re: curproc in procfs
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From: Guenther Grau <Guenther.Grau@bk.bosch.de>
Date: 03/05/1999 10:49:05
Michael Graff wrote:
> Guenther Grau <Guenther.Grau@bk.bosch.de> writes:
> > I generally agree, but isn't the current curproc also subject
> > to change any time?
Well, I was just thinking loud. Trying to make my conclusions clear
that curproc can only be of value for the currently running
> Isn't curproc the process who did the open? If so, it's really not
> possible, is it?
Well, that's what I tried to rephrase with the following words
(I know my Englisch is not very good :-(
:If it really points to the process currently exectuting,
:then the process currently executing will be able to access
:itself through it, not? Hmm, well, in a multiprocessor world
But this still leaves the following question unanswered.
:a process/thread running on one CPU might be able to identify
:the processes/threads running on the other CPU. But what would
:the process do with this information?