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SubjectRe: System call number
Måns Rullgård wrote:
> "Josef E. Galea" <josefeg@euroweb.net.mt> writes:
>
>
>>Hi,
>>
>>Can anyone tell me the system call number for the function
>>write_swap_page() (in kernel/power/pmdisk.c) as I can't find it in
>>unistd.h.
>
>
> What makes you believe that function is a system call in the first
> place? It doesn't look like one to me. Hint: system calls have names
> prefixed with sys_ (are there any exceptions?).

Not that I know of. I changed a few syscall names roughly 1 year
ago so that they begin with sys_xyz (and some that began with
sys_xyz that were not syscalls, I changed those also. :)


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