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SubjectRe: [BUG] Scheduling in interrup
>> > o	Are you attempting to access paged RAM?
>> I am using kmalloc to reserve my memory.
>> kmalloc as the options GFP_KERNEL and GFP_DMA.
>> I am not using any command to reserve memory in
>> the interrupt handler.
> This is okay. These will not be paged.

Though if you are actually allocating in the
handler (as opposed to merely using) you want
to set GFP_ATOMIC (i.e. make sure __GFP_WAIT
is clear)

Alex Bligh
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