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SubjectRe: Walking the module list..
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> My idea for 'lsmod -v' would be to list out each process that is using the
> module:
>
> Module Size Used by PID
> binfmt_aout 3776 1 (autoclean) 495
> af_packet 5816 1 (autoclean) 477
> unix 9648 21 (autoclean) 241 242 243 244 245 246

Perhaps a text string, supplied by the module, explaining the reason for the
usage count.

Having the load address of the module made available through /proc would be
extremely useful for debugging though - when I have a non-repeatable oops in a
module, I often haven't loaded it with 'insmod -m'

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