Say, I put a breakpoint (int 3 from now on) somewhere in a user space process code. One of the threads hits the breakpoint... And what happens next? My judgement is: this is an interrupt, so it is ...
Please comment on the following sentence: On the standard Linux kernel without the rt patch, interrupts can't interrupt ongoing system calls. The reason why our machine doesn't stop working ...
When a timer interrupt occurred the ISR is called to service the interrupt. Is it okay to assume that every timer interrupt ends with a call to the scheduler on which process should continue running ...
I've been reading a bit about threads and interrupts. And there is a sections which says that parallel programing using threads is simpler because we don't have to worry about interrupts. However, ...