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Sysfs is a Linux filesystem, normally mounted on /sys, which provides information about hardware and kernel components.

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Is the information that the Linux kernel provides to the user via sysfs a strict subset of the information that the Linux kernel provides to the user via procfs? If not, then which information is provided via sysfs that is not provided via procfs? …
asked May 3 '16 by sampablokuper
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there is at least one datum present in sysfs that is not present in procfs: $ grep -ir `cat /sys/block/sda/device/model | cut -f1 -d' '` /sys 2>/dev/null /sys/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1f.2/ata3 … ' '` /proc 2>/dev/null Binary file /proc/26887/task/26887/cmdline matches Binary file /proc/26887/cmdline matches This also demonstrates, incidentally, that on that PC at least, the set of all data exposed by procfs is not a subset of the data exposed by sysfs. …
answered May 3 '16 by sampablokuper
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Background: I am exploring how to copy an ordinary LVM-on-LUKS Debian 9 ("Stretch") installation from a thumb drive (the "source drive") onto a ZFS-formatted drive (the "target drive") in order to ach …
asked May 3 '17 by sampablokuper