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SubjectRe: Is it useful to support user level drivers
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> Lastly an IRQ kernel module can disable_irq() from interrupt handler
> and enable it again only on explicit acknowledge from user.

No. The IRQ might be shared, and you get a slight problem if you just disabled
an IRQ needed to make progress for user space to handle the IRQ

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