Apparently had an old website I built, like, ten or more years ago. Today it, and the terrible logo I made, has rightly gone away.

Are you one of those people with some mad system with lots of CPUs? Having a hard time trying to see them all? Well top is coming out with two new features.

The first is two CPUs per row for wide (about over 160 columns) screens.

The second is to be able to group cpus into, um groups, so you can see pairs of cpu stats aggregated or 4 aggregated etc.

The command pgrep will soon have an older command which matches processes that are older than the specified number of seconds.

I've added some autopkgtest test script to check for the version output of in The current versions just report unknown due to a upstream script breakage (which is my fault too).

is very useful facility to check for Debian packages as-installed. It probably has the second-worst documentation in history (the first being sendmail).

If I actually understood it, I'd fix the documentation, but I don't.

Is there anything more confusing than shared library numbering?

There are three numbers: current, revision and age. Depending on what you are doing to the API one or more of those numbers will change. Seems the last relase I did months ago I got it wrong and bumped the age when that can't happen by itself, I think.

Oh and the soname of the library is definitely connected to, but not exactly, those three numbers (I think its C.R.R-A or something like that).

which finds processes based on your selection criteria and part of now lets you select processes based on state.

Now if you want to go zombie hunting on your server, you can!

gitlab.com/procps-ng/procps/is

Why is Procps called procps-ng?

A brief history of Procps too.
TLDR, we needed to call it something different.

gitlab.com/procps-ng/procps/is

I just realised my intro went when my instance crashed all those months ago.

Anyhow, hello (again) I am developer and a programmer including and I write stuff in and

Besides my interests include bike riding, or and reading, mostly There is also a starting interest in

My day job is a senior working on some very large and strange computer networks.

version 3.3.14 is released.

This fixes some pgrep issues where it crashed if it found no matches and you didn't specify a process name.
The pgrep change that matched only on your namespace has also reverted.

Https://gitlab.com/procps-ng/p

Looks like I broke "ps -u" in
Damn.
On the bright side, I have another test case to add to the testsuite

Procps-ng version 3.3.13 just got released. I have tagged and signed
the last commit and pushed it to gitlab. I will soon start on the
Debian packages and other distributions are free to update as well.

Thankyou to all the contributors!

You can get procps-ng 3.3.13 from the following places:
* gitlab.com/procps-ng/procps/ta
* sourceforge.net/projects/procp

has now gone to v3.3.13rc1

This will be the version used by the translators to update the language files. No more code updates are expected unless there is a problem found.

is getting close to a 3.3.13 release. Just doing the last call for code changes before it goes off to the translation project for the po file updates.

What's been cooking in procps tonight?

A few new merge requests completed. sysctl will accept huge input; pidof you can specify the separator between PIDs and ps has seconds display for cputime

Next one, possibly tomorrow, will be to adjust pkill so it doesn't kill outside its container by default.

is good for checking my command line programs, such as the ones in work, but its such a fragile kludge. I got one test failing due to the order its run in and another due to the odd way the build system presents ttys

It means the procps package that enables link protection is delayed for a day

I received a bug bugs.debian.org/889098 for around CVE-2017-18078

Is Procps insecure? No, but your kernel and filesystem hard links may be and the bug is about enabling the fs.protected_hardlinks parameter

A lot of kernels have this on by default but this is in case yours does not and Debian Procps will set it to on. This change won't be in the upstream Procps.

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