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Re: [ARM32] panic when sshd responding
Jason Thorpe wrote:
> On Jun 19, 2008, at 10:08 AM, Matt Thomas wrote:
>> Upon further thought, I think the socket loan code should use
>> pmap_enter/pmap_remove instead pmap_kenter_pa/pmap_kremove.
> Probably a fine thing to do. What other uses of kenter are lurking that
> require being able to do the work in interrupt context?
Would this break the some of the assumptions that uvm_loan makes?
By making it a managed page do we lose the protection against the loaned
page being written to?
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