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SubjectRe: kernel_thread bogosity

> > How can that work? restore_args ends with iret, anyway, and iret does
> > reload esp afaics...
> ... only if there's an IPL change during the iret. Page 3-321 of 24319102.pdf
> from Intel:
> [..] If the return is to another privilege level, the IRET instruction
> also pops the stack pointer and SS from the stack, before resuming
> program execution. [..]

Is this different on x86-64 in long mode?
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