On Monday, 11 September 2000 at 13:18:37 +1100, Bruce Evans wrote:
> On Sat, 9 Sep 2000, Ben Smithurst wrote:
>> After poking around a bit with remote GDB, this seems to be caused by a
>> stray IRQ 7, since irq == 7, ir == ithds[irq] == NULL, ir->foo == BOOM.
>> The attached rather crude patch has "fixed" the problem for now, but
>> does anyone have any suggestions for a real fix?
> The stray interrupt handler needs to have a thread, or stray interrupts
> need to be handled as traps.  Stray interrupts are more like NMIs than
> normal interrupts, and NMIs are already (mis)handled as traps.

Independently of that, we need to be able to survive a spurious
interrupt on any IRQ.

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