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Subjectmmaping /dev/mem


I have a problem mmaping /dev/mem on some address in RAM. I am aware of
caveats,but I am trying to mmap a region which I am sure is not in use by the
kernel(some additional code does this and returns a physical address which is
what I use for mmap). The mmap call itself succeeds and /proc/pid/maps also
shows that region, but I am unable to see what I write in target memory.I also
tried with the O_SYNC flag as I was wondering is caching had anything to do
with the results that I was seeing.No effect.
This however works with a mem= option and when the mmap region falls out of the
mem= boundary.
any clues?
Please cc as I am not subscribed
sridhar

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