On Friday 17 September 2010 19:27:06 Sven Eckelmann wrote:
The return of get_batman_if_by_netdev and
get_active_batman_if leaks a
pointer from the rcu protected list of interfaces. We must protect it to
prevent a too early release of the memory. Those functions must increase
the reference counter before rcu_read_unlock or it may be to late to
prevent a free.
It seems this patch does not properly deal with bat_priv->primary_if. Please
review my revised patch and let me know if you think it is ok.