Struct kernel::memory::Stack

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pub struct Stack {
    pub top: VirtualAddress,
    pub slot_bottom: VirtualAddress,
    pub stack_bottom: VirtualAddress,
    pub physical_start: PhysicalAddress,
}
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Represents a stack, either in kernel-space or user-space. Stacks are allocated in “slots” of fixed size, but only a subset of the slot may be mapped initially (to reduce physical memory usage). Stacks can’t grow above the size of their slot.

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§top: VirtualAddress§slot_bottom: VirtualAddress§stack_bottom: VirtualAddress§physical_start: PhysicalAddress

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