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SubjectRe: [RFC] EDAC and the sysfs
--- Greg KH <greg@kroah.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 14, 2005 at 04:47:03PM -0800, Doug
> Thompson wrote:
> > For each Chip-Select Row (csrow) there would be
> > information. I am still trying to determine if
> each
> > csrow would be in its own directory or all cwrows
> just
> > flat in the mc0, mc1, ... directories.
> >
> > Assuming each csrow is in its own directory (which
> is
> > the way I am leaning) below:
> >
> > csrow0/
> > csrow1/
> > csrow2/
> > csrow3/
> > ...
> >
> > info files in the above directories:
> >
> > memory_size
> > memory_type
> > device_type
> > edac_mode
> > ue_count
> > ce_count
> > ce_count_channel_0
> > ce_count_channel_1
> > dimm_label
> > dimm_label_channel_0
> > dimm_label_channel_1
> >
>
> Ok, thanks for the details, it makes more sense now.
> Your heirachy
> seems sane, have you implemented it to see if it
> works properly?

I began implementing first in /sys/classes and that is
when I ran into the nested class issue. I then looked
at the /sys/devices/system interface point and then
sought more information and then ASKED for RFC from
the list.

I will now use the /sys/devices/system/edac as my root
for my files and controls.

Speaking of controls, edac has them currently in
/proc/sys/mc. I have proposed to have them in
/sys/devices/system/edac/mc and friends.

My question is: Should I remove entirely my old
/proc/sys/mc sysctl tree? Or still maintain the
aliases there (which seems weird)?

If I do that, then /etc/sysctl.conf will no longer
allow for setting things up there.

Is there going to be a similiar functionality as
/etc/sysctl.conf for those items we place in sysfs, in
the future?

thanks

doug t

PS. These questions on sysfs seem a perfect food
stream for your 'HOWTO do kernel development'. Trying
to do new entries in sysfs has been a painstaking
adventure. After googling the web for info, it
definitely has been a bit thin on information on sysfs
at the level I am seeking.

>
> thanks,
>
> greg k-h
>



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