[Spce-user] Q: In-kernel + /proc recording: do you capture the first few userspace RTP packets ?

Richard Fuchs rfuchs at sipwise.com
Fri Aug 25 09:48:26 EDT 2017

On 08/24/2017 11:25 PM, Anthony Alba wrote:
> I'd like to check my understanding of /proc recording + in-kernel.
> When you record using /proc+in-kernel are the the userspace RTP
> packets (before kernelize()) also captured?
> I'm guessing yes: before kernelize() we would use dump_packet_proc()
> for the userspace RTP packets, subsequently we would switch to using
> the in-kernel module to add packets to the /proc interface.

You're correct. dump_packet_proc delivers a packet from userspace to 
kernel and makes it available the same way as an in-kernel packet was 


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