Marcin Dalecki mdcki at gmx.net
Sun Jul 6 17:54:55 PDT 2003

Thomas E. Dickey wrote:

> The /proc stuff is used in "real" Unix's such as Solaris.  Just checking,
> I see that FreeBSD implements procfs, which is along the same lines.

There isn't much either Solaris /proc or FresBSD /proc have in common with
what Linux calls /proc. And finally on my FreeBSD box -
kozaczek# mount
/dev/ad0s1a on / (ufs, local, soft-updates)
devfs on /dev (devfs, local)
kozaczek# top

And top doesn't eat tons of CPU time there like it does on Linux.

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