On Sun, Jan 30, 2000 at 12:22:27PM +0100, Kevin D. Kissell wrote:
> Note, however, that the incident below happened
> on an R4000 platform, not an R3K. It's probably
> more significant that it was on a DECstation, thus
> a little-endian platform. Which set of binaries are
> you running? From your ps output, I don't think
> they are the same as I run, and I don't see this
> behaviour on my little-endian system. Most of
> the fixes for little-endian kernels that we've made at
> MIPS have found their way into the SGI repository,
> but one may have been missed, or we may have
> an as-yet-undiscovered bug on our hands.
> Why on earth would ps be doing a floating point
> conversion in the course of displaying wchan,
The binariers are homebrewed - Debian potato source package.
The system is based on the decroot something + a lot debian packages
i built myself ...
(root@repeat)~# ps -V
Unknown HZ value! (0) Assume 100.
procps version 2.0.3
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