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remap_vmalloc_range_partial(9) [centos man page]

REMAP_VMALLOC_RANGE_(9) 				    Memory Management in Linux					   REMAP_VMALLOC_RANGE_(9)

remap_vmalloc_range_partial - map vmalloc pages to userspace SYNOPSIS
int remap_vmalloc_range_partial(struct vm_area_struct * vma, unsigned long uaddr, void * kaddr, unsigned long size); ARGUMENTS
vma vma to cover uaddr target user address to start at kaddr virtual address of vmalloc kernel memory size size of map area RETURNS
0 for success, -Exxx on failure This function checks that kaddr is a valid vmalloc'ed area, and that it is big enough to cover the range starting at uaddr in vma. Will return failure if that criteria isn't met. Similar to remap_pfn_range (see mm/memory.c) COPYRIGHT
Kernel Hackers Manual 3.10 June 2014 REMAP_VMALLOC_RANGE_(9)

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COPY(9) 						   BSD Kernel Developer's Manual						   COPY(9)

copy, copyin, copyinstr, copyout, copystr -- kernel copy functions SYNOPSIS
#include <sys/types.h> #include <sys/systm.h> int copyin(const void *uaddr, void *kaddr, size_t len); int copyinstr(const void *uaddr, void *kaddr, size_t len, size_t *done); int copyout(const void *kaddr, void *uaddr, size_t len); int copystr(const void *kfaddr, void *kdaddr, size_t len, size_t *done); DESCRIPTION
The copy functions are designed to copy contiguous data from one address to another. All but copystr() copy data from user-space to kernel- space or vice-versa. The copy routines provide the following functionality: copyin() Copies len bytes of data from the user-space address uaddr to the kernel-space address kaddr. copyinstr() Copies a NUL-terminated string, at most len bytes long, from user-space address uaddr to kernel-space address kaddr. The num- ber of bytes actually copied, including the terminating NUL, is returned in *done. copyout() Copies len bytes of data from the kernel-space address kaddr to the user-space address uaddr. copystr() Copies a NUL-terminated string, at most len bytes long, from kernel-space address kfaddr to kernel-space address kdaddr. The number of bytes actually copied, including the terminating NUL, is returned in *done. RETURN VALUES
The copy functions return 0 on success or the following error on failure: [EFAULT] If a bad address is encountered. When this error is returned, the contents of the destination buffer ( *kaddr for copyin(), copyinstr(), and copystr(); *uaddr for copyout()) are undefined. For copyinstr() and copystr(), the contents of the *done parameter are also undefined on a return of EFAULT. In addition to EFAULT, copystr() and copyinstr() on failure will return: [ENAMETOLONG] When the string is longer than len bytes. On this error return, the destination buffer is not null-terminated, but the *done parameter is maintained. SEE ALSO
fetch(9), store(9) BSD
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