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Synchronous communication between user & kernel


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Hi All,

I am writing driver to monitor file system activities. i need synchronous communication between user & kernel. can anyone suggest me which synchronization technique should i use?

I am trying to use semaphore, can i share semaphore object between user & kernel?

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