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SubjectRe: Allocation of sk_buffs in the kernel
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Hi,

> Maybe Jens should use something like WAITQUEUE_DEBUG if he want to know
> where alloc_skb and friends were called, see include/linux/wait.h 8)
Do you mean I should use something LIKE the WAITQUEUE_DEBUG (eg.
implementing something like that in skbuff.c) or I should use
WAITQUEUE_DEBUG?

The code in wait.h mainly seems to consist of issuing BUG() calls, and
thats not quite what I want to ;) But how is it to use? I don't know much
about waitqueues in the Linux kernel, I mainly played with the network
stack...

Are there any examples how to use the WAITQUEUE_DEBUG?

CU,
Jens

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