Re: under CONFIG_EXPERIMENTAL? (was Re: Why auditing and ACL's areimportant (was: audit_ids system calls))

From: Keith Owens (
Date: Thu May 04 2000 - 06:37:41 EST

On Wed, 03 May 2000 17:22:45 -0700,
Linda Walsh <> wrote:
>James Sutherland wrote:
>> The other potential problem is claiming interrupt 0x81 for the new 64-bit
>> syscall - I'd guess this SHOULD be ok, but is it??
> Could be asked of any interrupt vector. I know it wasn't used
>in any of the ia32 specific kernel code.

Conflict! The SGI kernel debugging code (kdb) uses interrupt 0x81. It
is in kdb v0.6, kdb v1.1, the latest IKD patch and the SGI XFS code,
all of which have been released to the wild. Look for KDBENTER_VECTOR.

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