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SubjectRe: kernel threads
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On Friday 17 August 2001 00:37, you wrote:
> > schedule the call to kernel_thread using tq_schedule
>
> You still want to use daemonzie
>
> > - is there no need to call daemonize in the second variant - if yes why?
>
> A task always has a parent, it'll just be a random task that ran the
> kernel_thread request - in fact it might be a kernel thread and then
> I dont guarantee what will occur. In fact I wouldnt try the tq_schedule one

sorry i didn't say that i what to use 2.4.x
when looking to kernel/context.c there it says that (or better i looks to me
like it sais) that all that is sheduled to tq_schedule runns under keventd. so
the parent is predicable and is demonised itsself. is that bad or good?

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