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SubjectRe: [ATM] who 'owns' the skb created by drivers/atm?
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On Thu, 2003-02-20 at 17:42, James Morris wrote:
> skb->cb is owned by whatever layer is currently processing the skb.

Furthermore, once you netif_rx() an SKB it is no longer yours.
It is owned by the networking stack.

If the ATM layer wants to do fancy things and still pass the SKB
to netif_rx(), _it_ should clone the SKB and give that clone to
the ATM layer directly.

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