SPARC Context Switch Code

Ingolf Steinbach ingolf.steinbach at
Thu Feb 6 17:41:56 UTC 2014

2014-02-06 Sebastian Huber <sebastian.huber at>:
> The interrupt prologue and epilogue code must take care about the
> interrupted context.  This is done usually in two steps.  The first step is
> performed by the processor and the second step is some code that
> saves/restores the rest of the volatile context.  This has nothing to do
> with the _CPU_Context_switch() function.

Yes, I now see that I was mistaken. Sorry for the irritation. I now
think your reasoning is right.

Kind regards

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