Re: [PATCH v4 0/7] Provide and use generic_handle_irq_safe() where appropriate.

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On Fri, 11 Feb 2022, Sebastian Andrzej Siewior wrote:

> handler/ interrupt controller entry). It is low level code and the
> function expects that interrupts are disabled at entry point.
> This isn't the case for invocations from tasklets, workqueues or the
> primary interrupt handler on PREEMPT_RT. Once this gets noticed a
> "local_irq_disable|safe()" is added. To avoid further confusion this
> series adds generic_handle_irq_safe() which can be used from any context
> and adds a few user.
> v2…v4:
>   - Correct kernel doc for generic_handle_irq_safe() as per Wolfram Sang.
>   - Use "misc" instead of "mfd" for the hi6421-spmi-pmic driver.
> v2…v1:
>  - Redo kernel-doc for generic_handle_irq_safe() in #1.
>  - Use generic_handle_irq_safe() instead of generic_handle_irq() in the
>    patch description where I accidently used the wrong one.
> v1:

Please use the official cover-letter format (--cover-letter).

It would have been nice to at least find a diff stat here.


Do we really need to coordinate this series cross-subsystem?

Can we first apply the API, then have each of the subsystems adapted
separately?  Does the change-over all need to happen concurrently?

If the latter is the case, is this set bisectable?

Lee Jones [李琼斯]
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