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+[[!tag open_issue_gnumach]]
+IRC, freenode, #hurd, 2011-07-13
+ <braunr> jkoenig: why does gnumach appear as "root=device:hd0s1" in ps ?
+ <jkoenig> braunr, it's the closest we can do to its command line
+ <braunr> doesn't it deserve something special like kernel threads in linux
+ ?
+ <braunr> so that it's actually clear that it's a special task/process
+ <jkoenig> you mean something like [mach root=device:hd0s1] ?
+ <braunr> something like that yes
+ <braunr> also, it would be nice if gnumach threads could actually be seen,
+ i don't remember if the mach interface allows it though