XDProgrammer February 2016

Would an OS create kernel stack for user-level threads?

In a system where the kernel stack is separate from the process stack.

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user3344003 February 2016

If the OS supports threads (as opposed to threads implemented in a library), yes it is likely to have a kernel stack for each thread.

In any protected system, the kernel stack is separate and protected from user mode access.

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