* Kernel thread naming
@ 2019-06-26 14:40 Roman Mamedov
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From: Roman Mamedov @ 2019-06-26 14:40 UTC (permalink / raw)
Today I noticed there are kernel threads named "wg-crypt-wgX" (the latter part
being name of the interface). However when there is actual load on WG, these
don't seem to be active, and in "top" we still see a bunch of "kworker/0:X"
using the CPU.
Would it be possible to give those kworkers recognizable names instead?
I remember Btrfs had a change like this in the past, first they had all
kworkers, and now a whole assortment of threads like "btrfs-cleaner",
"btrfs-transacti" or "btrfs-endio-met" (there's some strict length limit).
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