> > Ehm?! What's confusing on strdup? Or you want to also introduce
> > kmemcpy, kmemcmp, ksprintf etc?
> No, as long as they don't allocate any memory.
> "kstrdup" makes it clear that the string is allocated by kmalloc()
> and should be freed by kfree().
As we do not have any free(), there's no possibility for confusion.
As I said, if kstrdup took GFP_XXX argument, I'd agree, but as it
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