Riley Williams wrote:
> As a point of reference, here's a slightly tweaked analysis of the
> programs on the system I'm reading your mail on.
> There are three programs therein that refer to /proc/mounts ...
And you don't even have fuser. I stand corrected.
> /usr/bin/dig /proc/interrupts
> /usr/bin/dnsquery /proc/interrupts
> /usr/bin/host /proc/interrupts
> /usr/bin/nslookup /proc/interrupts
> /usr/bin/nsupdate /proc/interrupts
> /usr/sbin/dnskeygen /proc/interrupts
> /usr/sbin/named /proc/interrupts
> /usr/sbin/named-xfer /proc/interrupts
Hmm, I wonder why DNS needs this ...
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