go – Creating in-memory filesystem for testing in golang

I’d like to create an in-memory filesystem for testing in golang

Contrived Use case:
Although Go has packages to achieve this, I would like to use this as a simple example for what I want to do

func GetProcessSessionId(pid int) (int, error) {
    sessionidFile := fmt.Sprintf("proc/%v/sessionid", pid)
    dat, err := ioutil.ReadFile(sessionidFile)
    if err != nil {
        return 0, err
    }
    sessionid, err := strconv.Atoi(string(dat)

    return sessionid, err
}

Now assume that I have many functions that gather information about processes and want to test them all by having a file system that contains multiple processes in the /proc directory. What would be a good way to structure my project to be able to do this?

Is there a good way to leverage the updates in Go 1.16 with the new io/fs package https://golang.org/pkg/io/fs/ and embedded files?

Am I taking the wrong approach and should think about testing another way?