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SubjectRe: open sockets from task_struct
Get the Linux kernel source and look at what the procfs filesystem is 
doing to get that information. Look under fs/proc.
fs/proc/base.c(2508) seems to contain the inode structures for
/proc/pid/fd and /proc/pid/fdinfo, locate the inode operations
structure and locate the functions. Drill down through the function
calls and you'll eventually find how to read what
file handles are open. A quick glance tells me that the calls go several
layers deep including a call through a function pointer passed in one of
the parameters, "instantiate", hopefully that won't be a problem for you.
> On Sun, Apr 18, 2010 at 12:53 PM, Jonathan Campbell<> wrote:
>> I know that on the user-space side any open handles can be seen in the
>> /proc/<pid>/fd directory (<pid> is whatever process you're interested in).
>> Assuming you're talking about reading this from kernel space, I'd look at
>> what the procfs filesystem is doing and learn from that.
>> Sockets and block/char devices are listed like any other file, the list is
>> based on file handles.
>>> I have task_struct structure , how to find all the opened files ? how
>>> to find opened sockets ?
>>> Thanks,
>>> Ratheesh
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> I need it in kernel space and i am using kernel .. could you
> please guide a little ?

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