There was an option in redHat 5.2 called flush_mmap_pages, I could set this to zero and that would turn of writing dirty pages from a mapped memory file (so I can do it myself when I want to). However ...
I'm interested in the way Linux mmaps files into the main memory (in my context its for executing, but I guess the mmap process is the same for writing and reading as well) and which size it uses. So ...
So I'm working with a custom kernel module that I'm writing a python front end for. The kernel module works, and it adds a framebuffer device file to /dev/fb1. I can read and write to it fine. I've ...