Anyway, it found a few new minor bugs. Like a lot of coverity results they weren't too interesting in themselves but did point to areas needing a closer look.
An unsigned < 0 comparison error led to why was this variable unsigned which led to I'm not checking snprintf correctly.
Done some work on #psmisc tonight, mainly some merge requests and bug fixes.
Matching NFS still can cause problems (they changed the way NFS "looks" in the proc filesystem) but I merged in some changes so it hangs less, I hope.
peekd will also work with ARM64 CPUs after someone gave me a patch for that.
After a few too many false starts, psmisc 23.2 has been released. This fixes (I hope) the signal parsing problems for killall and also removes the namespace filtering by default because everyone was getting confused by sshd, including me.
Of course, now I notice the --version string is messed up but thats a minor thing.
Urgh, another crack at option parsing for killall. It seems every time I try to fix it, someone shows me another way its broken.
Also had to work through iterating through a string in TCL, which is an added evilness.
I think that is the last fix before psmisc 23.2
Looks like all the translations are in for #psmisc which is good. I'm hoping to release an update tomorrow.
Should just be a matter of fixing a typo in a help screen, grabbing the translations and it's done.
I just realised my intro went when my instance crashed all those months ago.
My day job is a senior #networkengineer working on some very large and strange computer networks.
You know that bit of debug code you put in there? The one you'll promise yourself is only there for the moment and will be removed way before release date?
Yeah, I had some of that so there will be a new #psmisc out without that annoying killall message.
That is tonight's job.
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