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Old 02-14-2014, 09:48 AM   #1
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Which module in kernel is responsible for solution of reader - writer problem?


I want to replace solution of reader - writer with my own solution in operating system. How should I proceed?
 
Old 02-14-2014, 10:47 AM   #2
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There are many... one for each device driver. One for each filesystem....

Your best bet is to experiment in user space where debugging is easy.
 
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There are many... one for each device driver. One for each filesystem....

Your best bet is to experiment in user space where debugging is easy.
I want to modify for kernel 3.13.2. How should I proceed?
 
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It doesn't matter. There is at least one reader/writer implementation for each driver. For some, there are multiple (such as the VFS...).

Write a new driver?
 
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It doesn't matter. There is at least one reader/writer implementation for each driver. For some, there are multiple (such as the VFS...).

Write a new driver?
Sir, Thanks a lot for your reply......
 
  


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