From: Jeff Dike <jdike@ka...> - 2002-04-04 18:16:29
> But 0xc00000->0xffffffff isn't in /proc/maps :)
Right, and neither is 0xa0000000 - 0xc0000000 under UML any more.
> I will - are there any other differences between an i386 and
> UML-on-i386 address spaces that people have to watch out for?
No. The address space is .5G smaller, the process stack is correspondingly
lower and that's it.
BTW, when I get the necessary support on the host, I'm planning on moving
the UML kernel into a totally separate address space. Then processes really
won't be able to tell they're running under UML.
> So is your patch queue visible anywhere? I didn't see the slirp patch
> in the patch browser at sourceforge.
No, it's an mh mail folder here. That patch was sent to me privately, so
it never made the lists.