On Thu October 21 2010, Herbert Poetzl wrote:
> On Sun, Sep 12, 2010 at 06:34:20PM +0200, Herbert Poetzl wrote:
> > On Sat, Sep 11, 2010 at 03:29:31PM +0200, John Feuerstein wrote:
> > > Hi Gordan,
> > > On 09/11/2010 01:13 PM, Gordan Bobic wrote:
> > > > vxW: [???sysctl???,1927:#40020|40020|40020] denied 22 access to
> > > > proc:ffff88007a8db860[#0,1767]
> > > > I also get unprintable characters in there, as you can see around
> > > > the process name (in the pasted example above, around "sysctl")
> > those aren't unprintable characters, but they are high
> > code characters i.e. non-ASCII characters (0xBB, 0xAB)
> > which in most iso-8859 character sets map to the double
> > angle quotes (guillemets) which look like the symbols
> > usually used for fast forward or fast rewind ....
> following up on this, as more and more folks use UTF-8
The trend does seem to be up:
Wouldn't hurt a bit to drag L-VS into the 21st Century.
> and do not know that high ASCII ruled the world for
> almost a decade :), and for those 7-bit ASCII purists
> as well, I've uploaded a delta (feature patch) to add
> a quote selection (UTF-8/ISO-8859/ASCII) to Linux-VServer
> have fun,
> > > these are hardcoded in include/linux/vserver/debug.h:
> > > #define VX_WARN_TASK "[???%s???,%u:#%u|%u|%u] "
> > > I guess Herbert put them there to be able to handle weird executable
> > > names containing one of the other separators...
> > right on!
> > best,
> > Herbert
> > > Regards,
> > > John
Received on Thu Oct 21 17:15:14 2010