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On Sat, Jul 24, 1999 at 12:25:29AM +0200, Roy Leung wrote:
> I have a question on Linux netlink
> In netlink_unicast(), why do we need to put the sk_buff into the sock's
> receive queue and then call data_ready (which is rtnetlink_rcv)? Is it
> ture that netlink_unicast() directly calls data_ready without calling
> schedule() or getting interrupted by itself?
Yes. Netlink in kernel mostly uses co-routines, not separate threads.
This is like TV. I don't like TV.