The /proc Filesystems


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The /proc Filesystems

Anyone know what the difference between the /proc filesystems under Linux and SunOS?

Thanx In Advance!

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Solaris /proc only has process information ("ls /proc" only shows process numbers). The Linux /proc system has a lot of information about the system such as cpuinfo, meminfo, interrupts used, kernel parameters, etc.
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