Subject: Re: i386 interrupt counters
To: Noriyuki Soda <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Michael Graff <email@example.com>
Date: 08/12/1996 16:21:01
Noriyuki Soda <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> each 'com': In this case, driver level accounting is needed,
> and it is not in my scope.
> each 'card': accounting on "struct intrhand" can cope with this.
> each IRQ: old style counter is needed.
> > So, in my opinion, the "Right" thing to do is fix evcnt interrupt
> > counters to be more useful, and, failing that, just use old-style
> > counters.
> How about using both evcnt (per intrhand) and old-style counter (per line) ?
I think you see an implied tree structure here, where the tree looks like
And this is not the case. Suppose each com? received 100 interrupts. The
user would see:
Which isn't right at all, since there were only 400 real interrupts.
Even if the IRQ0 were not calculated into this, and old-style and evntcnt
were tallied separately it still won't be right.