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@ 2007-01-15 20:55 Vincent Perrier
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From: Vincent Perrier @ 2007-01-15 20:55 UTC (permalink / raw)
I have just finished coding a REAL-TIME GRAPHICAL MONITOR for linux.
The most difficult function of the kernel-embedded spy has been the
catching of the uid and the name of a process for a spyed-upon
connection (udp or tcp). I had some nasty freezes before my last resort
solution which is not completely satisfying (I now use local_save_flags
For the real hackers who would help to resolve this issue, have a look
in the klownspy directory, monitor.c, try_to_get_to_the_socket_owner
function, this function is called from bottom half (or softirq?)
through a subscription to all packets with dev_add_pack.
Another thing: BionicClown007 brings back amongs other things the
memory used in the system, at a point in the computation, we need
total_swapcache_pages (= swapper_space.nrpages) and this symbol is
not exported (see collect.c).
Is there an other way to get the used memory info?
The BionicClown007 is at http://clowncode.net,
BionicClown007 is the total rewriting of the ClownToolKit.
Regards to all
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