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SubjectRe: sk_buff destructor in 2.2.18
I don't know about socket but I allocate myself the skbuff and I set the
destructor (and previously the pointer value is NULL). So I don't overwrite
a destructor.

I believe net/core/sock.c is not involved in my problem but I can be wrong.
What is worrying me is that I don't know who clones my skbuff and why.

To said everything, I know who clones my skbuff because it causes a oops
when it tries to free my buffer If I use my destructor.

Christophe

On Wed, 23 May 2001 16:40:36 Andi Kleen wrote:
> On Wed, May 23, 2001 at 04:37:58PM +0200, christophe barbé wrote:
> > It seems to not be the case, because my destructor is called.
>
> It is called, but you overwrote the kernel destructor and therefore
> broke the socket memory accounting completely; causing all kinds of
> problems.
>
> > Could you point me the code where you think this method is already
> used?
>
> net/core/sock.c
>
>
> -Andi
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