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Re: How to load a file from kernel?



> Almost everything works but I've problem at loading the model files.
> I know the inode number of the file, I can "iget" it and see its
> attributes, allocate memory for it. It's OK. But if I try to read the
> content of the file by jffs2_read_inode_range() there will be a lots of
>
> Sep 27 22:07:45 kpax vmunix: bad: scheduling while atomic!

I still don't know the reason of that error messages above, but I
find a better way to load model file at mount time. Now I do it "by hand",
using ino_cache, and a way similar to one is described in
jffs2_read_dnode().

Regards,
Ferenc





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