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accepted Address types used in Linux
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accepted What are “kernel data structures”?
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comment What are “kernel data structures”?
I read about kernel and got some electric shock in me. I never thought kernel has to maintain the data-structures, apart from scheduling.
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comment What are “kernel data structures”?
i wanted more information than that. Couldn't find those. Did tried my best. Might be I shouldn't have added What are kernel data structure part.
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comment What are “kernel data structures”?
Does Kernel data structure uses memory in RAM? => volatile? While booting process it creates its first kernel data structure? Is there any kernel data structure table? Too many questions might be daunting.
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comment What are “kernel data structures”?
Why down-vote ?
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comment Address types used in Linux
Hey thanks for the explanation.. and Kernel logical addresses (address in kernel space) map to a physical address on RAM, whereas the Kernel virtual address might map to a swap space. Which implies, Kernel logical address is a subset concept of Kernel virtual address.
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comment Address types used in Linux
makelinux.net/ldd3/chp-15-sect-1 is the only link i could regarding this, which requires (might) some pre-requisite, so i couldn't understand.