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    SubjectRe: How much kernel stack do we need?
    On Fri, Jun 19, 1998 at 09:26:25PM +0000, John G. Alvord wrote:

    > You could experiment by initializing the stack such that only a portion
    > was used. For example, allocate 4K, allocate kernel stuff, and then set
    > the pointers such that only 1K is available for use. That would expose
    > the memory hogs quickly. That is a pure debug case, of coruse.

    Don't forget about nested ``slow'' interrupts and bottom half handlers.
    I think we don't have enough stack to be able to deal with the worst
    case.

    Ralf

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