Jim Keniston <email@example.com> wrote:
> The enclosed patches provide a mechanism for reporting error events
> to user-mode applications via netlink.
Seems sane to me.
It needs to handle %z as well as %Z.
The layout of `struct kern_log_entry' may be problematic. Think of the
situation where a 64-bit kernel constructs one of these and sends it up to
32-bit userspace. Will the structure layout be the same under the 32-bit
compiler as under the 64-bit one?
How do you actually intend to use this? Will it be by adding new
evt_printf() calls to particular drivers, or replacing existing printk's or
Would it make sense for evt_printf() to fall back to printk() if nobody is
listening to the log stream?
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