[PATCH 1/1] NAX LSM: Add initial support support
izh1979 at gmail.com
Fri Aug 13 08:05:01 UTC 2021
> Yes, what I meant was that maybe you could just declare it at the beginning of the function,
> and not use it at all in the sysctl table. Because as I see it, you only use allowed_caps_hex in the sysctl
> table to copy the string to that temporary (variable), and its use is limited to that one function.
> Instead of:
> + if ((error = proc_dostring(table, write, buffer, lenp, ppos)))
> + return error;
> You could probably get away with something like:
>+ strncpy(allowed_caps_hex, buffer, ALLOWED_CAPS_HEX_LEN + 1);
proc_dostring() is more than simple strncpy(). It is handling offsets too.
I.e. if a user will try to write not from the starting position. But
I've seen that some
functions simply create an instance of struct ctl_table, fill it and
call needed function.
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