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Re: RFC: MSI/MSI-X implementation
(2014/11/13 11:54), David Young wrote:
On Fri, Nov 07, 2014 at 04:41:55PM +0900, Kengo NAKAHARA wrote:
Could you comment the specification and implementation?
The user should not be on the hook to set processor affinity for the
interrupts. That is more properly the responsibility of the designer
I wrote unclear explanation..., so please let me redescribe.
This MSI/MSI-X API *design* is independent from processor affinity.
The device dirvers can use MSI/MSI-X and processor affinity
independently of each other. In other words, legacy interrupts and
INTx interrupts can use processor affinity still. Furthermore,
MSI/MSI-X may or may not use processor affinity.
On the other hand, this MSI/MSI-X API *x86 implementation* is dependent
to my IRQ affinity code, due to I want to commonalize similar code.
# The IRQ affinity code has not merged NetBSD-current yet, so I should
# point out it.
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