* Invoke eventfd_signal within ISR with IRQF_NO_THREAD set
@ 2019-10-29 19:34 liron atedgi
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From: liron atedgi @ 2019-10-29 19:34 UTC (permalink / raw)
I've an interrupt handler which registered with IRQF_NO_THREAD flag.
As part on the ISR, I would like to invoke eventfd_signal
(fs/eventfd.c:eventfd_signal) in order to wakeup some user thread
which "sits" on this event.
Since the ISR marked as NO_THREAD (which is what i need), the ISR will
be called within interrupt context, however, it seems that the
eventfd_signal function uses a spinlock which is not raw, hence, with
RT patch it is converted to rt_spin_lock which is actually a mutex and
hence, it's not an appropriate locking mechanism to be used in
I'll be glad for any help.
Appreciate your reply.
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