Accessing on-disk datastructures from a module

Martin DeMello martindemello at
Wed Jan 19 02:51:07 EST 2011

On Wed, Jan 19, 2011 at 1:18 PM, Manish Katiyar <mkatiyar at> wrote:
> Once you have your reserved inode, you can open it using iget to get
> the inode pointer. After that it would be same way as you would have
> done if you were allowed file ops in kernel. For eg.. If my reserved
> inode is 100 and I'm using ext2, it would be something like
> [...]

Thanks a lot, that's really helpful!


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