Bug 2911

Summary: Add column to monitor window to show what observers are attached to which process
Product: frysk Reporter: Rick Moseley <rmoseley>
Component: generalAssignee: Sami Wagiaalla <swagiaal>
Status: NEW ---    
Severity: enhancement CC: mbehm
Priority: P2    
Version: unspecified   
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Description Rick Moseley 2006-07-12 20:34:59 UTC
Mike Behm suggested this and I think it is a good idea if it can be done.  Here
is an exerpt from his e-mail:

So ........... At this moment we can see the bash processes (and we can infer
that there are other processes that we could see if we scrolled down). What we
can't see is that there are observers defined for those bash processes. I think
that we should be able to see that (I know that it'll become obvious if we
select a bash process, but that isn't enough).

Could we get a new column added:

PID     Command     Observers
6706    bash        F, T

where the observer codes would be something like:
E - Exec
F - Fork
C - Clone Task
T - Terminate Task
S - Syscall
X - Custom observer (X would be redefinable too)

Just a thought....