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How to register an upcall

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Can anbody give me a brief [about a paragraph] explanation of how to register an upcall? I havn't been able to find any documentation online.
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I'm looking for just a brief paragraph about how to actually register an upcall with the linux kernel. I know all of the theoretical stuff, I just want to know briefly how to implement it.
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I would start looking at the NFSv4 stuff. The idmap daemon uses upcalls, I believe. Take a look at the software you can find on http://www.citi.umich.edu/projects/nfsv4/linux/.
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