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    SubjectRe: RFC: /proc/module namespace
    In article <>,
    Jeff Garzik <> wrote:
    >Fuzzy Fox wrote:
    >> Jeff Garzik <> wrote:
    >> >
    >> > This new feature provides a /proc playground for modules. As it
    >> > stands now, any random driver or module that exports something to
    >> > /proc generally must create a file, or directory, in /proc root. Over
    >> > time that can get messy.
    >> Does that mean that, if a device driver is compiled as a module, its
    >> data gets placed in /proc/module, but if it is compiled statically into
    >> the kernel, that the information will go somewhere else?
    >No change in behavior at all. A module can be compiled into the kernel.

    I don't think that's the problem.

    The problem is putting /proc information into /proc/modules; unless
    the driver ALWAYS puts information there, it means that applications
    that use /proc have to root around in multiple places to get that
    information out.

    david parsons \bi/ That way lies madness.

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