Did see this though,
"If a signal handler is invoked while a system call or library function call is blocked, then either:
the call is automatically restarted after the signal handler returns; or
the call fails with the error EINTR.
Which of these two behaviors occurs depends on the interface and whether or not the signal handler was established using the SA_RESTART flag (see sigaction(2)). The details vary across UNIX systems; below, the details for Linux."
Also I would check that the correct architecture is identified.
Linux supports the standard signals listed below. Several signal numbers are architecture-dependent, as indicated in the "Value" column. (Where three values are given, the first one is usually valid for alpha and sparc, the middle one for x86, arm, and most other architectures, and the last one for mips. (Values for parisc are not shown; see the Linux kernel source for signal numbering on that architecture.) A - denotes that a signal is absent on the corresponding architecture.)"
Not sure if I helped or not but I hope I did