On Sat, Nov 25, 2006 at 07:11:48PM +0000, David Johnson wrote:
> I'm working on a kernel module and want to change sysctl values (specifically
> stop-a and printk) in response to a hardware event.
> Is there an accepted way of setting sysctl values within the kernel (I can't
> seem to find any other module doing this),
Yes. Next in-kernel module changing sysctls will do it via
stop_a_enabled = 1;
console_loglevel = 8;
(be sure, variables in question are EXPORT_SYMBOL'ed)
> or is it a completely silly idea?
Without more details it's hard to tell.
> Would it perhaps be better to instead create a sysfs node and let a userspace
> daemon worry about setting the sysctl values?
Now _this_ is silly. sysctls already live in /proc/sys/, so you can open(2)
/proc/sys/kernel/printk and write(2) to it.
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