On Thu, Mar 22, 2012 at 10:42 AM, Eric Saint-Etienne
> Actually when using kernel_map, the object returned is NULL! However the
> the vm_entry_t it returns seems a valid address, its 'object' field is NULL
> too (that's consistent)
> That's the reason why I didn't find it in any existing 'puclic' map (such as
> kernel_map, buffers_map, kmem_map, exec_map or pipe_map)
> But a NULL object isn't good at anything and I'm not sure what to do with
> a vm_entry_t only... Any idea how to insert it in the process map?