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SubjectRe: [Fastboot] Re: Announce: dumpfs v0.01 - common RAS output API
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"Martin J. Bligh" <mbligh@aracnet.com> writes:

> /dev/mem expects mem_map to be there, the size of which would easily
> blow away the reserved section. /dev/oldmem (or whatever we call it)
> is just a magic copy that does a kmap-like operation to get at pages
> without a struct page.

Don't we already do that for the mmap case so we can access I/O devices?

But I agree if there is a dependence there having a /dev/rawmem
thing that does not need a page struct would make sense. I just
don't think we actually need it...

Eric

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