Subject: A File System Question
To: None <tech-kern@NetBSD.ORG>
From: None <>
List: tech-kern
Date: 01/23/1998 12:27:07
I have a beginner's question on the file system implementation on NetBSD.
I am trying to trace down what happens, which code is executed, from
the moment a user program issues a fopen() call until the function returns.
I mean what parts of the Kernel get executed? How are they invoked?
More importantly, what are the source files that are envolved, just
in case I want to modify some of them.

I wish there is any document describing the internal coding of
NetBSD or FreeBSD for people who want to enter the world of kernel


Mohamed Aboutabl.