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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Prevent nested interrupts when the IRQ stack is near overflowing v2
> time. What's the point of running it with interrupts enabled ?

The underlying question you posed was why don't we kill off the running
with irqs enabled cases. That requires more work but should definitely

> Nothing, we just run into stack overflow problems. So what's better:
> an unreliable and ugly hackaround or just avoiding the possible stack
> overflow in the first place ?

I think you are trying to have a debate when we are in agreement anyway.
I don't btw think the workaround is 'unreliable', ugly as sin yes but the
logic appears sound.


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