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RE: KeSetSwapContextNotifyRoutine & KeSetThreadSelectNoti-fyRoutine

OSR_Community_UserOSR_Community_User Member Posts: 110,217
These routines are called every time the operation in their name occurs.

PSWAP_CONTEXT_NOTIFY_ROUTINE is called from the SwapContext
routine which makes the switch to some other thread.
You will obtain ThreadId of both old and new thread.

PTHREAD_SELECT_NOTIFY_ROUTINE ...
PTIME_UPDATE_NOTIFY_ROUTINE ...

Paul

PS: Last two I have never used but the discovery should be very quick.

> -----P?vodn? zpr?va-----
> Od: [email protected] [SMTP:[email protected]]
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> Komu: NT Developers Interest List
> P?edm?t: [ntdev] KeSetSwapContextNotifyRoutine &
> KeSetThreadSelectNotifyRoutine
>
> Does anyone know what the routines in the subject line do?
>
> They are in the ntddk.h, but I do not see documentation on
> them in the associated material.
>
> I'm happy to play with them, but it'd be very cool to know
> others experiences.
>
> -cheers, anne
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