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SubjectRe: kernel stack size
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> On Sun, Apr 03, 2005 at 03:15:42AM +0900, ooyama eiichi wrote:
>
> > in i386 and ia64.
>
> search for CONFIG_DEBUG_STACKOVERFLOW in arch/i386/kernel/irq.c

Oh, very good information for me.

>
> ia64 has fairly large stacks so you probably won't need to check there
> if you get the above working

in ia64, he works properly.

>
> > because my driver hungs the machine by an certain ioctl. and it
> > seems to me there is no bad in the code correspond to the ioctl,
> > except for that it is using large auto variables. (some functions
> > are useing ~1KB autos)
>
> don't do that, even if you make it 'apparently' work for you it will
> just end up being a problem mater on or for someone else
>

I changed these to using kmalloc().
(but not yet confirmed for my driver to work properly)

Thanks very much.

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