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    SubjectRe: size in /proc/modules
    In message <> you write:
    > /proc/modules size field includes init_size in 2.5. Why ?
    > The removal of sensible values in /proc/ksyms means that oprofile can no
    > longer attribute module samples reliably. The only information we have
    > is module_core address, and size == core_size+init_size. Since init code
    > is removed in sys_init_module, this will overestimate, and can lead to
    > overlapping with the start of another module, afaics.
    > In 2.4, we had size(.text), which could underestimate (think
    > .text.exit), but that is not a big problem.
    > Rusty, does this fall under another one of your "corner cases" ? (what I
    > would call "flaky code" ...)
    > Or I have I just missed something obvious ?

    Yes, line 1328 of kernel/module.c, by the sound of it 8)

    I was thinking of you when I added this, actually.

    Hope that helps!
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