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SubjectRe: [Bug? Report] kref problem
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On Thu, 2006-03-16 at 08:53 -0800, Greg KH wrote: 
> > static void a_release(struct kobject *kobj)
> > {
> > struct my_obj_a *a;
> >
> > printk("%s\n", __FUNCTION__);
> > a = container_of(kobj, struct my_obj_a, kobj);
> > sysfs_remove_dir(&a->kobj);
>
> Woah, don't do that here, the kobject core already does this. A release
> function is for you to release the memory you have created with this
> kobject, not to mess with sysfs.
So do you mean this (attached) ? Anyway I end up with -1 kref.

My real task is: I have sysfs directory /sys/A which corresponds to my
module, to my subsystem. There I want to create subdirectories
like /sys/A/B/ and delete them from time to time. So the problem is that
whenver I remove B I end up with A's kref decremented. The attached test
demonstrates this. P;ease, look at its output:

a inited, kref 1
b inited, kref 1
dir A created, A kref 1, B kref 1
dir B created, A kref 1, B kref 1
dir B removed, A kref 1, B kref 1
b_release
a_release <--- What is this? I removed B, not A ???
kobj B put, A kref 0, B kref 0
dir A removed, A kref 0, B kref 0
kobj A put, A kref -1, B kref 0

Thanks.

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Best Regards,
Artem B. Bityuckiy,
St.-Petersburg, Russia.

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