If you want to know more, you will need to study the the linux/gnu operating system in its entirety. /proc and /sys make sense only if you know how the os works.
websever wrote:proc file system hardlink sys file is true or not.
I'm not sure I understand what you are saying, however please note that the files in these 2 filesystems are not real files. In Linux everything is represented like
a file but not everything is a file understood as 'data saved in memory'. /proc and /sys are virtual filesystem, created/mounted at boot to help other processes (like dbus, hald, etc..) functioning correctly.
My suggestion for you is: load your distro, browse inside /proc and /sys and check what's inside. For example, check the content of /proc/cpuinfo or /proc/interrupts...
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# get cpu information
# get IRQs information
# list content of sys
ls -l /sys