> > On 1 June 2011 17:49, Theo de Raadt <deraadt@...> wrote:
> > > What has changed, however, is that the kernel has more kernel threads
> > > running (for instance, ps aguxk, and look at the first few which have
> > > the 'K' flag set in the 'STAT' field.
> > In ps aguxk, what does the "g" do? I didn't find enlightenment on the
> > man page or the Googles.
> These days it does nohing. It used to a flag up to 4.3BSD. Which
> showed more processes than the normally, like proceses not attached
> to your terminal and zombies iirc.
It is such a bummer that we don't provide source code so that
_educated_ people could read it.