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SubjectRe: Kernel stack....

Erik Mouw wrote:
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> I think you got a wrong understanding of the stack. The stack has no
> separate bss, data, and text sections, it's just a stack of function
> arguments, local variables, and return addresses.
>
> Accessing the stack works automatically: call a function, and the
> function paramaters and the return address are pushed on the stack.

Yes but there is one stack per processor ?
And what about its maximum size ? Is it dynamical ?

-Manu
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