proc

Expose system state via the /proc file system.

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Proc

Expose low level system proc data.

usage

/*

  • Resource usage. /proc//usage /proc//lwp//lwpusage / typedef struct prusage { id_t pr_lwpid; / lwp id. 0: process or defunct / int pr_count; / number of contributing lwps / timestruc_t pr_tstamp; / current time stamp / timestruc_t pr_create; / process/lwp creation time stamp / timestruc_t pr_term; / process/lwp termination time stamp / timestruc_t pr_rtime; / total lwp real (elapsed) time / timestruc_t pr_utime; / user level cpu time / timestruc_t pr_stime; / system call cpu time / timestruc_t pr_ttime; / other system trap cpu time / timestruc_t pr_tftime; / text page fault sleep time / timestruc_t pr_dftime; / data page fault sleep time / timestruc_t pr_kftime; / kernel page fault sleep time / timestruc_t pr_ltime; / user lock wait sleep time / timestruc_t pr_slptime; / all other sleep time / timestruc_t pr_wtime; / wait-cpu (latency) time / timestruc_t pr_stoptime; / stopped time / timestruc_t filltime[6]; / filler for future expansion / ulong_t pr_minf; / minor page faults / ulong_t pr_majf; / major page faults / ulong_t pr_nswap; / swaps / ulong_t pr_inblk; / input blocks / ulong_t pr_oublk; / output blocks / ulong_t pr_msnd; / messages sent / ulong_t pr_mrcv; / messages received / ulong_t pr_sigs; / signals received / ulong_t pr_vctx; / voluntary context switches / ulong_t pr_ictx; / involuntary context switches / ulong_t pr_sysc; / system calls / ulong_t pr_ioch; / chars read and written / ulong_t filler[10]; / filler for future expansion */ } prusage_t;
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