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SubjectRe: printk and sk_buffs
"Jens Hoffrichter" <> writes:

> I do not fully unterstandt the printk code, so perhaps somebody can answer
> me this (probably stupid ;) ) question:
> If I do a printk, is there a packet (aka a sk_buff) created? If I turn on
> debugging in my code, I see a huge pile of sk_buffs which are allocated but
> which do not get in touch with the "essential" parts of the network-code
> (e.g. ip_rcv) where I have modified some code. I can't explain it to me
> fully, but perhaps someone of yours has a suitable answer.

klogd uses unix sockets to talk to syslogd. unix sockets use sk_buffs.
You can kill klogd if you're not interested in logging kernel messages to disk.

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