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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0 of 4] Generic AIO by scheduling stacks
> Btw, this is also something where we should just disallow certain  
> system
> calls from being done through the asynchronous method.

Yeah. Maybe just a bitmap built from __NR_ constants? I don't know
if we can do it in a way that doesn't require arch maintainer's

It seems like it would be nice to avoid putting a test in the
handlers themselves, and leave it up to the aio syscall submission

> More interesting is the question about "close()", though. Currently we
> have an optimization (fget/fput_light) that basically boils down to
> "we
> know we are the only owners". That optimization becomes more
> "interesting"
> with AIO - we need to disable it when fibrils are active (because
> other
> fibrils or the main thread can do it), but we can still keep it for
> the
> non-fibril case.

I'll take a look, thanks for pointing it out.

- z
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