what is the kernel process to manage the device i/o ctrl?

by chungae9ri » Mon, 17 May 2010 16:14:39 GMT


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 Hi, all.
Kernel is composed of many processes like kthreadd, ksoftirqd, ...
so what is the process(task) of kernel which respond to the driver I/O
control which is called from user space app?

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