so should i hold rtnl across add/remove atm addresses on atm dev's?
(but iw ouldnt hold rtnl across people just reading the list of
atm addresses right?)
i am planning (or have done) to move all the vcc's onto a global
list (ala many of the other protocol stacks). this makes the code
for proc (and others) much cleaner since you just grab a read lock
on the global vcc sklist instead of locking and interating each atm
device. further, this will let atm interrupt handlers block a race
with vcc close/removal. is this a bad plan?
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