[RFC] using mountpoint for mountkernfs/mountfs

Bryan Kadzban bryan at kadzban.is-a-geek.net
Wed Jan 5 14:51:27 PST 2005

Matthew Burgess wrote:
> I don't think POSIX defines /proc at all (I *think* it's a Linux only
> invention),

This doesn't mean anything as far as POSIX is concerned, but /proc is
definitely not Linux only.  Whatever version of Solaris we used at
college had a /proc directory.

However, it only stored PID directories, not the rest of the stuff that
Linux puts there (I'm not even sure if the /proc/self symlink was there,
let alone stuff like /proc/cmdline, /proc/cpuinfo, etc.).
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