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    SubjectRe: Memory corruption in 8390.c ? (was Re: Possible leaks in network drivers)
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    Alan Cox <alan@lxorguk.ukuu.org.uk> wrote:
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    > skb_padto() returns either a new buffer or the existing one depending
    > upon the space situation. If it returns a new buffer then it frees the
    > old one.

    I think skb_padto simply shouldn't allocate a new skb. It only needs
    to extend the data area.

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