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* 2: users can only *see* their own <tt>proc/PID</tt> directories
* 2: users can only *see* their own <tt>proc/PID</tt> directories
Linux 3.3 also introduced the <tt>gid</tt> parameter, which specifies a group ID. Members of this group are exempted from <tt>hidepid</tt> restrictions.
Linux 3.3 also introduced the <tt>gid</tt> parameter, which specifies a group ID. Members of this group are exempted from <tt>hidepid</tt> restrictions.
===<tt>proc/PID/loginuid</tt>===
Note that this is only present when <tt>CONFIG_AUDIT</tt> is enabled in the kernel configuration. Audit doesn't have to be enabled, and auditd doesn't need to be running, but without that option, no <tt>loginuid</tt> for you.


===<tt>proc/PID/stat</tt> sucks===
===<tt>proc/PID/stat</tt> sucks===