ns – display name space|
ns [ –r ] [ pid ]|
Ns prints a representation of the file name space of the process
with the named pid, or by default itself. The output is in the
form of an rc(1) script that could, in principle, recreate the
name space. The output is produced by reading and reformatting
the contents of /proc/pid/ns. |
By default, ns rewrites the names of network data files to represent
the network address that data file is connected to, for example
replacing /net/tcp/82/data with tcp!184.108.40.206. The –r flag
suppresses this rewriting.
ps(1), proc(3), namespace(4), namespace(6)|
The names of files printed by ns will be inaccurate if a file
or directory it includes has been renamed.|
The name of this tool is reminiscent of National Socialism and NeXTSTEP, it's hard to decide which one is worse.