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developersguide:kernelapi [2016/07/08 07:35]
antoineleca Add stubs for missing calls
developersguide:kernelapi [2016/07/08 07:48]
antoineleca Mark obsolete calls as such
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 **library functions**\\ //(to be documented)//​ **library functions**\\ //(to be documented)//​
  
-==== SYS_CPROF ==== +==== .SYS_CPROF ==== 
-**request parameters**\\ //(to be documented)//​ +Obsolete call
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-**response parameters**\\ //(to be documented)//​ +
- +
-**return value**\\ //(to be documented)//​+
  
 **library functions**\\ int sys_cprof(int action, int size, int endpt, void *ctl_ptr, void *mem_ptr); **library functions**\\ int sys_cprof(int action, int size, int endpt, void *ctl_ptr, void *mem_ptr);
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 ==== SYS_EXIT ==== ==== SYS_EXIT ====
 +**NOTE**: obsolete description,​ has changed in relation with SYS_CLEAR and SYS_UPDATE.
 +
 Clear a process slot. This call is to be used by PM only. Clear a process slot. This call is to be used by PM only.
  
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 **library functions**\\ //(to be documented)//​ **library functions**\\ //(to be documented)//​
  
-==== SYS_INT86 ==== +==== .SYS_INT86 ==== 
-**request parameters**\\ //(to be documented)//​ +Obsolete call
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-**response parameters**\\ //(to be documented)//​ +
- +
-**return value**\\ //(to be documented)//​ +
- +
-**library functions**\\ //(to be documented)//​+
  
 ==== SYS_IOPENABLE ==== ==== SYS_IOPENABLE ====
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-==== SYS_NEWMAP ====+==== .SYS_NEWMAP ==== 
 +This is an obsolete call. Description is kept here just to understand old code. 
 Install a new memory map for a newly forked process or if a process'​s memory map is changed. The kernel fetches the new memory map from PM and updates its data structures. Install a new memory map for a newly forked process or if a process'​s memory map is changed. The kernel fetches the new memory map from PM and updates its data structures.
  
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 **library functions**\\ int sys_newmap(endpoint_t proc_nr, struct mem_map *ptr); **library functions**\\ int sys_newmap(endpoint_t proc_nr, struct mem_map *ptr);
  
-==== SYS_NICE ====+==== .SYS_NICE ==== 
 +This is an obsolete call. Description is kept here just to understand old code. 
 Change a process'​ priority. This is done by passing a nice value between PRIO_MIN(negative) and PRIO_MAX(positive). A nice value of zero resets the priority to the default. Change a process'​ priority. This is done by passing a nice value between PRIO_MIN(negative) and PRIO_MAX(positive). A nice value of zero resets the priority to the default.
  
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 **library functions**\\ int sys_privctl(endpoint_t proc, int req, void *p);\\ int sys_privquery_mem(endpoint_t proc, phys_bytes start, phys_bytes len); **library functions**\\ int sys_privctl(endpoint_t proc, int req, void *p);\\ int sys_privquery_mem(endpoint_t proc, phys_bytes start, phys_bytes len);
  
-==== SYS_PROFBUF ==== +==== .SYS_PROFBUF ==== 
-**request parameters**\\ //(to be documented)//​ +Obsolete call.
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-**response parameters**\\ //(to be documented)//​ +
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-**return value**\\ //(to be documented)//​ +
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-**library functions**\\ int sys_profbuf(void *ctl_ptr, void *mem_ptr);+
  
 ==== SYS_READBIOS ==== ==== SYS_READBIOS ====
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 **library functions**\\ int sys_stime(time_t boottime); **library functions**\\ int sys_stime(time_t boottime);
  
-==== SYS_SYSCTL ==== +==== .SYS_SYSCTL ==== 
-**request parameters**\\ //(to be documented)//​ +Renamed ​to SYS_DIAGCTL
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-**response parameters**\\ //(to be documented)//​ +
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-**return value**\\ //(to be documented)//​ +
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-**library functions**\\ //(to be documented)//​+
  
 ==== SYS_TIMES ==== ==== SYS_TIMES ====
developersguide/kernelapi.txt · Last modified: 2016/07/08 07:50 by antoineleca