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  • UNIX user/sysad for 17+ years
  • 6+ years of telecom (ISP) experience
  • Linux as primarily desktop OS since 1999

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Mar
21
comment How to see how many context switches a process makes?
Does ` pidstat -w -l -p SELF 1` work for you?
Mar
19
comment How to see how many context switches a process makes?
This command should work just fine. But beware you're using it wrong because when you don't specify report interval „tasks statistics are to be reported for the time since system startup (boot).” similar to vmstat, iostat and others. So if current statistics is needed instead of watch'ing simply run it with one second interval.
Feb
17
revised modinfo when a module was compiled into kernel statically wouldn't work — workarounds?
typo fixes
Feb
17
answered TUN/TAP Will not load
Feb
17
asked modinfo when a module was compiled into kernel statically wouldn't work — workarounds?
Dec
7
awarded  Nice Question
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
24
comment ld.so.preload doesn't differ x86_32 and x86_64
I'm glad my -150 has taught me smth as well. )
Sep
24
awarded  Benefactor
Sep
24
accepted ld.so.preload doesn't differ x86_32 and x86_64
Sep
24
comment ld.so.preload doesn't differ x86_32 and x86_64
Oh, yeah, there's nothing really phony in your answer, in despite it can be seemed so at the first glance. Deeper inspection has shown that on ubuntu, $LIB gets expanded into lib/x86_64-linux-gnu (sic!), that's why my check of your answer failed. Thanks for letting me (and the rest of community) know, I apologize for mistake and all the bounty is your. b
Sep
24
comment ld.so.preload doesn't differ x86_32 and x86_64
Ok, here's the screen-shot which allows me calling your answer phony: goo.gl/NpgBvk
Sep
18
comment ld.so.preload doesn't differ x86_32 and x86_64
@Gael, some programs discard some or all environment variables then exec other programs, so /etc/ld.so.preload is the only way to enforce pre-loading.
Sep
18
comment ld.so.preload doesn't differ x86_32 and x86_64
@terdon, specific example was already given and it's /etc/ld.so.preload
Sep
14
comment ld.so.preload doesn't differ x86_32 and x86_64
AFAIK, there's no such thing as “x64_32”, but “x32” instead.
Sep
14
revised ld.so.preload doesn't differ x86_32 and x86_64
typo fix
Sep
14
comment Linux: Is there handy way to exec a program binding it to IP-address of choice?
@WarrenYoung, Thanks K. O., but "many" != "all"
Sep
14
revised Linux: Is there handy way to exec a program binding it to IP-address of choice?
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Sep
13
revised Linux: Is there handy way to exec a program binding it to IP-address of choice?
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Sep
13
revised Linux: Is there handy way to exec a program binding it to IP-address of choice?
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