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SubjectRe: [PATCH] fs/devfs/base.c
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On Monday 04 June 2001 01:55, Linus Torvalds wrote:
> - the kernel stack is 4kB, and _nobody_ has the right to eat up a
> noticeable portion of it. It doesn't matter if you "know" your
> caller or not: you do not know what interrupts happen during this
> time, and how much stack they want.

We'd better know the upper bound of interrupt allocations or we have an
accident waiting to happen. How much of the kernel stack is reserved
for interrupts?

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Daniel
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