Stefan Kisdaroczi wrote:
> Am 10.03.2010 19:56, schrieb Stefan Kisdaroczi:
>> Hi,
>>
>> cat /proc/xenomai/heap returns the first 4096 Bytes and fails then with "Bad 
>> address".
>> On the console I see: "proc_file_read: Apparent buffer overflow!"
>>
>> xeno 2.5.1, linux 2.6.32.8, x86 32bit UP, native skin, lot of rt_queues:
>> # ls -1 /proc/xenomai/registry/native/queues/ | wc -l
>> 233
>> # ls -1 /proc/xenomai/registry/native/heaps/ | wc -l
>> 26
> 
> With some luck i get a oops doing cat /proc/xenomai/heap.
> Looking at the while() loop in heap_read_proc() in ksrc/nucleus/heap.c
> its obvious.

You mean because "count" isn't checked while the output page is filled?
Well, looks like converting the heap proc interface to the seq API is a
good idea. References can be found in ksrc/nucleus/sched.c, patches are
welcome. :)

Jan

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