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Subjectx86_64: Question about fixmaps
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Hello All,

I'm reading x86_64 source code and trying to understand where are
fixmaps space in the virtual memory space. If I understand correctly
(but i'm really not sure about it), fixmap space is after vsyscall
space. As Documentation/x86/x86_64/mm.txt says vsyscall virtual space
is:

ffffffffff600000 - ffffffffffdfffff (=8 MB) vsyscalls

With 'earlyprintk' i got FIXADDR_START and FIXADDR_TOP and they are:

FIXADDR_START - 0xffffffffff779000L
FIXADDR_TOP - 0xffffffffff7ff000L

with these addressess FIXADDR_START/FIXADDR_TOP overlap vsyscalls
area. Is it correct case that fixmaps are in vsyscal virtual memory
space or I'm wrong somewhere?

Thank you.


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