proc_scsi_register

Section: /proc Functions (9)
Updated: July 1997
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NAME

proc_scsi_register, proc_scsi_unregister - register SCSI entries in the /proc filesystem  

SYNOPSIS

#include <linux/proc_fs.h>
int proc_scsi_register(struct proc_dir_entry * driver, struct proc_dir_entry * child);
int proc_scsi_unregister(struct proc_dir_entry * driver, int inode);

 

DESCRIPTION

These are wrapper functions around proc_register and proc_unregister.

proc_scsi_register always sets the ops field of child to proc_scsi_inode_operations. If the child inode number is less than PROC_SCSI_FILE, the child is registered with a parent of proc_scsi and driver is ignored. Otherwise the child is registered with a parent of driver.

proc_scsi_unregister. If the child inode number is less than PROC_SCSI_FILE, the child is unregistered with a parent of proc_scsi and driver is ignored. Otherwise the child is unregistered with a parent of driver and scsi_init_free is called on the child.  

RETURN VALUE

As for proc_register and proc_unregister.  

SEE ALSO

proc_register(9), proc_unregister(9)  

AUTHOR

Keith Owens <kaos@ocs.com.au>


 

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