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Re: /proc/*/cmdline corrupted
On Thu, Oct 13, 2011 at 05:55:41AM -0700, jan.kolar wrote:
>The content /proc/<pid>/cmdline is created by the proces <pid> itself, in a
>Since you use memory intensive application (xterm -sl 20000) we can
>it might be caused by memory corruption in xterm.
>Observe whether the processes with corrupted /proc/<pid>/cmdline behave
>and try avoiding '-sl 20000' as a work-arround.
>Unless there is another application with the same problem, this is not a
>topic for this list, I think.
If /proc/<pid>/cmdline is shown to be corrupted it certainly is a topic
for this list. As always a simple test case would allow us to debug the
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