|Subject:||Re: [timers] net/ipv4|
|From:||Andrew Morton <andrewm@xxxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Thu, 01 Jun 2000 01:07:23 +1000|
|References:||<3933B0B2.50AB5EA1@uow.edu.au> from "Andrew Morton" at May 30, 0 10:14:42 pm <200005301659.UAA12445@ms2.inr.ac.ru>|
I've revisited net/ipv4/* and I agree it's safe. kuznet@xxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote: > > > OK as long as always called from BH context. > > Forget about this argument. I was assuming that the network rx path was called from bh_action() and hence that timers are serialised wrt network rx, But not process context. I see now that network rx is a softirq and is async wrt timers, which makes things tougher.
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