The AArch64 version of the libunwind function which restores the
CPU state and resumes execution is not interrupt-safe. It restores
the target value of SP before loading the floating-point registers
from the context struct, but that struct is allocated on the stack
which is being deallocated. This means that if an interrupt occurs
during this function, and uses a lot of stack space, it could
overwrite the values about to be loaded into the floating-point
This patch fixes the issue.
Patch by Oliver Stannard.