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Re: how to tell if a process is 64-bit
On Fri, 8 Sep 2017, Mouse wrote:
> >> ([...] on most "64-bit" ports, a real question on amd64 (and others,
> >> if any) which support 32-bit userland.)
> > actually -- our mips64 ports largely use N32 userland, which is 64
> > bit registers and 32 bit addresses.
> Oh! Thank you. Yes, that's an interesting case.
> In addition to amd64/i386, it occurs to me that sparc64/sparc32 is
> another case; IIRC it's possible to take sparc64 hardware and build a
> (special? not sure) kernel that runs sparc32 userland. I've never
> tried it; I don't know whether sparc32 and sparc64 are as freely
> mixable at runtime as amd64 and i386 are under amd64 kernels.
Yes, that's what compat/netbsd32 is for. (Of course, there are still a
few things like mount I never bothered to get working across ABIs.)
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