Re: What determines which interrupts are shared under Linux?

From: Terence Ripperda
Date: Tue Aug 15 2006 - 13:41:29 EST

On Tue, Aug 15, 2006 at 09:42:49PM +0400, sshtylyov@xxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> Hello.
> Terence Ripperda wrote:
> >we've seen a lot of problems on ck804 chipsets when multiple devices
> >share level-triggered interrupts. I think some of the earlier sample
> >bioses assumed that interrupts would be configured via ACPI, and when
> >ACPI is not used, the interrupts end up as level-triggered instead of
> >edge-triggered.
> Edge-triggered *shared* interrupts?! Now that sounds interesting (I'm
> not saying impossible).

ah shoot, you're right. doing too much and got the two backwards.
ignore my email, I'm going off to sit in the corner with a dunce cap

> WBR, Sergei

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