"configured irq .. is not in bitmap of probed irqs 0" -- what
does it mean?
Andrew L. Neporada
andr at dgap.mipt.ru
Mon Jan 24 08:56:59 PST 2005
On Sun, Jan 23, 2005 at 09:35:16PM +0100, Bernd Walter wrote:
> On Sun, Jan 23, 2005 at 01:42:46PM +0300, Andrew L. Neporada wrote:
> > On Sat, Jan 22, 2005 at 02:52:21PM -0700, M. Warner Losh wrote:
> > >
> > > Chances are you don't have things configured quite correctly in the
> > > bios. The interrupts aren't asserting proplerly.
> > Interrupts 3,4,10,11 are reserved for ISA cards in BIOS.
> > Tweaking "PnP aware OS [Y/N]" setting doesn't help.
> > I've tried to tweak all relevant (IMO) BIOS settings without any effect :-(
> The question is if the card is configured to issue int10 and 11 for
> sio1 and sio2.
Err.. Do you mean sio2 & sio3 here?
> The probing sounds like you get no interrupt at all, but since the int
> probing waits for unassigned interrupts the test may fail for special
> systems or BIOS setups.
> Test tranfering data at any speed and check vmstat -i output if you
> got interrupts for it.
Everything works fine at 57600 & 115200 bod (tested with a simple
program that sends data between sio2 & sio3).
interrupt total rate
ata0 irq14 10793 8
ata1 irq15 15442 11
rl0 irq9 32249 24
atkbd0 irq1 2 0
sio0 irq4 6 0
sio1 irq3 7 0
sio2 irq10 981321 757
sio3 irq11 981382 757
clk irq0 129329 99
rtc irq8 165557 127
Total 2316081 1788
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