PRs for manpage 'ps(1)'
This is an experimental report containing PRs for manpage 'ps(1)' as of Fri May 30 07:38:54 2014 UTC. See notes.
PRs for manpage 'ps(1)':
|o||2012/12/31||kern/174848||[kernel] [patch] ps(1): ps -H option does not work with kernel core dumps|
|o||2012/01/27||bin/164535||[patch] ps(1) truncates command to screen size even when stdout is not a tty|
|o||2010/02/25||bin/144285||hiren||[patch] ps(1): ps -axo user,%cpu,%mem - most processes using 0% of memory|
|o||2008/12/27||bin/129965||gavin||[patch] ps(1): ps -lH doesn't show the proper CPU#|
|o||2008/11/21||bin/129052||ps(1) %cpu column reports misleading data for threaded programs|
|o||2008/10/17||kern/128177||jeff||[sched_ule] wrong CPU usage reported by top(1)/ps(1) with SCHED_ULE|
|o||2006/08/18||bin/102232||gad||Defects in -O option to ps(1)|
|o||2005/12/20||bin/90690||[patch] ps(1) errorneously respects terminal column settings when output is not to a terminal|
|o||2005/06/01||bin/81757||gad||realtime processes are not marked with '<' in ps(1) output.|
|o||2004/04/20||bin/65803||gad||[patch] ps(1) enhancements (posix syntax, and more)|
|s||2002/04/05||bin/36786||make ps(1) use 24-hour time by default|
|s||2002/04/04||bin/36740||make ps(1) obey locale (particularly for times)|
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