kernel list data structure
amirali.shambayati at gmail.com
Mon Jun 13 06:57:20 EDT 2011
I found my fault :)
On Sun, Jun 12, 2011 at 8:12 PM, Amirali Shambayati <
amirali.shambayati at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello all,
> I debugged my code (which I explained in previous mails), and I found out
> In the function which I add bundles to writeQueue and requests to bundle,
> everything goes well and it seems that, this structure works well.
> But! in another function(which its task is dispatching requests to lower
> level), as I traverse in reqsQueue, in bundle, requests which have already
> been added to list are not available!
> Any idea?
> On Tue, Jun 7, 2011 at 6:21 AM, Ali Bahar <ali at internetdog.org> wrote:
>> On Mon, Jun 06, 2011 at 10:43:20AM +0430, Amirali Shambayati wrote:
>> > Ali thanks for your valuable comments. Would you suggest me an
>> > method to implement the structure I explained?
>> I don't know, sufficiently, what you _intend_ to implement. As
>> described originally,
>> > > > "noop_data" has a reference to start point of bundles list, called
>> > > > "writeQueue"
>> > > > "bundle" has a reference to start point of requests list, called
>> > > > "reqsQueue".
>> > > > "bundle" knows its related list using "bundlesQueue".
>> > > > "request" knows its related list using "queuelist". (request struct
>> > > > already implemented in kernel)
>> your data structures are capable of fitting what you say; however,
>> they may not match that which you have visualized in your mind. It'd
>> take even more guess-work on my part to divine the latter.
>> Let me go out on a limb here, and suggest the following.
>> I don't think you have any kernel-specific issues. This is the sort of
>> thing which is best handled by sitting down with someone, and
>> articulating what you have in mind. The bugs (in your
>> visualization-to-implementation) are then sure to come out.
>> > Sharif University of Technology
>> Judging by the word of mouth, and the grad students I've seen, Sharif
>> should be full of exceptionally bright students. Grab the guy next to
>> you, and talk it out.
> Amirali Shambayati
> Bachelor Student
> Computer Engineering Department
> Sharif University of Technology
> Tehran, Iran
Computer Engineering Department
Sharif University of Technology
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