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Old 06-26-2017, 04:59 AM   #1
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How to allocated SKB in specific limited area only?

My Network Device has "same/similar" Network-Driver in Kernel space and in User Space.
In User Space HW-registers, buffers and shared memory
are mapped over uio (limited mmap areas).

Is it possible / How to
allocate SKB in shared area only but not "anywhere" in huge RAM?

I have looked similar configuration
"Recycle SKB from Static SKB-pool"
but didn't found anything...


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