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Re: Re: Re: [PROGRAMMERING] [C] L



> On Fri, 23 Jan 2004, Martin Schiotz wrote:
> 
> > > bare sende dem til syslog? (printk)
> >
> > Vi snakker måske 100 bytes pr. 10-100 ms, så det bliver til en del.
> 
> OK, det er for meget, hvis der rent faktisk sker en ændring hver gang.
> 
> > Jeg kan godt skrive til syslog og bruger det sådan set også til debugging.
> 
> Det ved du så alt om.
> 
> > > 	cat /dev/zero
> >
> > Det er jeg ikke lige bekendt med, men jeg vil prøve se, hvad det går ud på !
> 
> I princippet er det vel bare en character device du vil have. Og hvis
> ikke du tømmer den hurtigt nok, er det bare ærgeligt. Så er data tabt.
Der kom jeg også til ved at kikke i "Linux Device Drivers" fra O'Reilly.

Jeg fandt denne artikel, som jeg kikker lidt på:
luca.ntop.org/Ring.pdf
Den giver lidt overblik over hvad jeg ude i, tror jeg. 

> 
> Der er flere devices der minder om /dev/zero, se major 1
> i Documentation/devices.txt , fx drivers/char/random.c

Jeg har vist nok, at sætte mig ind for nu - men tak for hjælpen :-)

Mvh.
Martin



 
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