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What do they mean by "code must be atomic" ?

Discussion in 'Operating System' started by mmk622, Nov 14, 2011.

  1. mmk622

    mmk622 New Member

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    I was reading about Tasklets. I found following sentence "Tasklets run in software interrupt context with the result that all tasklet code must be atomic".

    What does author mean here ? :nonod:
     
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    Thanks a lot norahs63.
     
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    nice link, however for me it has something to do with the completeness and functionality of the codes. It should be flawless.
     

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