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netif_start_queue(9) [centos man page]

NETIF_START_QUEUE(9)					      Network device support					      NETIF_START_QUEUE(9)

netif_start_queue - allow transmit SYNOPSIS
void netif_start_queue(struct net_device * dev); ARGUMENTS
dev network device DESCRIPTION
Allow upper layers to call the device hard_start_xmit routine. COPYRIGHT
Kernel Hackers Manual 3.10 June 2014 NETIF_START_QUEUE(9)

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DEVICE_SCHEDULE_CALL(9) 				   Device drivers infrastructure				   DEVICE_SCHEDULE_CALL(9)

device_schedule_callback_owner - helper to schedule a callback for a device SYNOPSIS
int device_schedule_callback_owner(struct device * dev, void (*func) (struct device *), struct module * owner); ARGUMENTS
dev device. func callback function to invoke later. owner module owning the callback routine DESCRIPTION
Attribute methods must not unregister themselves or their parent device (which would amount to the same thing). Attempts to do so will deadlock, since unregistration is mutually exclusive with driver callbacks. Instead methods can call this routine, which will attempt to allocate and schedule a workqueue request to call back func with dev as its argument in the workqueue's process context. dev will be pinned until func returns. This routine is usually called via the inline device_schedule_callback, which automatically sets owner to THIS_MODULE. Returns 0 if the request was submitted, -ENOMEM if storage could not be allocated, -ENODEV if a reference to owner isn't available. NOTE
This routine won't work if CONFIG_SYSFS isn't set! It uses an underlying sysfs routine (since it is intended for use by attribute methods), and if sysfs isn't available you'll get nothing but -ENOSYS. COPYRIGHT
Kernel Hackers Manual 3.10 June 2014 DEVICE_SCHEDULE_CALL(9)
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