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SubjectRe: mlock into kernel module
Chris Wright a écrit :
> * sej.kernel (sej.kernel@gmail.com) wrote:
>> I need to use mlock and munlock function into a kernel module. How so
>> I call this system call from my module ?
>
> You shouldn't.
>
>> I need to do this because I must use mlock in my software, but I can't
>> use root or suser to start it. So mlock alwaays fail.
>
> You should be using rlimits for this.
>
> thanks,
> -chris

So how to set rlimits ?
My program is in user mode and has to allocate about 128MB to 512MB of
non swappable memory. Maybe I can change the rlimits rights into my
kernel module ?
Do you know how to do this and where to find informations ?
Regards,
sej
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