The ExSetResourceOwnerPointer routine sets the owner thread pointer for an executive resource.
VOID ExSetResourceOwnerPointer( _Inout_ PERESOURCE Resource, _In_ PVOID OwnerPointer );
A pointer to an executive resource owned by the current thread.
A pointer to an owner thread pointer of type ERESOURCE_THREAD (for additional requirements, see the following Remarks section).
ExSetResourceOwnerPointer, used in conjunction with ExReleaseResourceForThreadLite, provides a means for one thread (acting as an resource manager thread) to acquire and release resources for use by another thread (acting as a resource user thread).
After calling ExSetResourceOwnerPointer for a specific resource, the only other routine that can be called for that resource is ExReleaseResourceForThreadLite.
The resource manager thread acquires ownership of the resource and passes ownership to the user thread by calling ExSetResourceOwnerPointer. The caller must allocate the memory for the ERESOURCE_THREAD value pointed to by OwnerPointer in system memory, and this memory must remain allocated until ExReleaseResourceForThreadLite returns. The caller must also set the two low-order bits of the ERESOURCE_THREAD value pointed to by OwnerPointer to one — this encoding is used internally by the resource services to distinguish between owner and thread addresses.
When the user thread is done with the resource, the resource manager thread releases the user thread's ownership of the resource by calling ExReleaseResourceForThreadLite. The ResourceThreadId input parameter is set to the value of the OwnerPointer parameter used in the previous call to ExSetResourceOwnerPointer that gave the worker thread ownership of the resource.
|Windows version||Available starting with Windows 2000. Available starting with Windows 2000.|
|Header||wdm.h (include Wdm.h, Ntddk.h, Ntifs.h)|
|DDI compliance rules||HwStorPortProhibitedDDIs|