Hi all,I'm having an issue with a www application accessing the proc/pid processes in CentOS 6.I think this may be a permissions issue, where the daemon user/group does... [by billet]
On Ubuntu 11.04, /proc/[pid] contains oom_score_adj, but man proc describes the old oom_adj.
What I need to arrange is that processes started by 'pbs' or 'gridengine' are killed before anything else gets killed. Can anyone propose an easier scheme than a script that acquires the pid of the executor daemon and sticks a suitable value into the /proc/[pid] value.
I understand that /proc filesystem reflects the output of various processes. Unfortunately, I have a propietary (romdump) binary that expects the mount table to appear as /proc/mnt, while my Android device appears to output it as /proc/mounts.
I've tried creating a symbolic link, but clearly this only works for actual files or directories.
# perl Makefile.PL
Please install nmap or ipdiscover if you want to use the network discover feature.
Please install Proc::Daemon and Proc::PID::File if you want to use the daemon monde.
Warning: prerequisite ExtUtils::MakeMaker 6.42 not found. We have 6.30.
Writing Makefile for Ocsinventory::Agent