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SubjectRe: deadlock avoidance?
On Tue, Dec 07, 1999, Davide Libenzi <> wrote:
> Every task has a pid, and since interrupt code is executed by the current
> task in kernel mode, interrupt code has a pid.
> It's the same concept implemented in NT's CRITICAL_SECTIONs : a process can
> call more times EnterCriticalSection() provided that it calls the same
> number of LeaveCriticalSection().

Well, more importantly, does it have a unique pid?

If an irq interrupts a process which legally has the lock acquired we'll
have problems.


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