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Re: How much of /proc is implemented?

Svante Signell, le Mon 24 Jan 2011 11:03:13 +0100, a écrit :
> /etc/cron.daily/man-db:
> egrep: /proc/self/status: No such file or directory

Self is not really implemented yet, yes.

> Jan 23 13:11:15 qemu-hurd dsyslog[122]: (ERROR) dsyslog_module.c:40
> [dsyslog_module_load]: Loading
> module //usr/lib/dsyslog/filter_droppriority.so
> failed: //usr/lib/dsyslog/filter_droppriority.so: cannot open shared
> object file: No such file or directory

I don't know what makes dsyslog try to load this, but it's not in Debian
(not only not in hurd-i386).

> Jan 23 13:11:16 qemu-hurd dsyslog[122]: (ERROR) source_klogfile.c:120
> [dsyslog_source_klogfile_new]: while opening /proc/kmsg: No such file or
> directory

Not implemented, but should be easy by simply symlinking to /dev/klog

> Is the /proc interface supplied by the kernel, in the Hurd case by Mach
> or Hurd?

see showtrans /proc:

so it's a Hurd translator. The source is at


Patches welcome,

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