Oh, so it's only a trap *waiting* to happen. That's OK then!
> The first netif_rx is required to run from interrupt handler (otherwise
> we should have executed cpu_raise_softirq and not
Aside: why does it do a local_irq_save() if it's always run from an
> I cannot see any problem.
Why not fix all the cases? Why have this wierd secret rule that
cpu_raise_softirq() should not be called with irqs disabled?
Call me old-fashioned, but why not *fix* the problem, if you're going
to rewrite this code... again...
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