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SubjectRe: mmap inside kernel memory.
Rik van Riel wrote:
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> On Sun, 9 Feb 2003, Jerome de Vivie wrote:
>
> > "mmap" seems to be design for mapping file or device inside a process
> > memory. Is it possible to map a file into the kernel virtual memory ?
>
> In theory yes (using vmalloc space), but you really don't want to.

Yes, it's very tricky ! I have (naïvly) try this:

vaddr=vmalloc(len);
do_mmap(file ,kvaddr ,len ,PROT_READ|PROT_WRITE ,MAP_FIXED|MAP_PRIVATE
,0);

Here, do_mmap check if the addresse match inside current process and
return me -ENOMEM. Are there others functions which i could use to
associate this file and a vmalloc'ed space ?


j.

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