Imho, a procfs should be for process-information, nothing else.
The procfs in its current form, while useful, is something horrible
that should be taken out on the backyard and shot using slugs.
Ehrmmm. No, but seriously, the non-process stuff should be separate
from the procfs. Maybe call it kernfs or whatever.
> It allows a general interface to the kernel that does not require new
> syscalls/ioctls and can be accessed from user space without specifically
> compiled programs. You can use shell scripts, java, command line etc.
Yes, and it's also totally non standardised.
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