How the Linux kernel handles interrupts

Interrupts are an essential part of how modern CPUs work. For example, every time you press a key on the keyboard, the CPU is interrupted so that the PC can read user input from the keyboard. This happens so quickly that you don’t notice any change or impairment in user experience.
Moreover, the…

Link: How the Linux kernel handles interrupts
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