On Mon, 2002-09-16 at 19:45, Linus Torvalds wrote:
> Ahhah! I know. You just make lock_depth 0 when you exit, without actually
> taking the kernel lock. Which fools the logic into accepting a
> preempt-disable, since it thinks that the preempt disable is due to
> holding the kernel lock.
I was this -> <- close to celebrating. Not so fast, smarty.
What about release_kernel_lock() ?
It sees task->lock_depth>=0 and calls spin_unlock() on a lock that it
does not hold.
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