interprocessor communication

victor cruceru victor.cruceru at
Sat Sep 24 08:03:27 PDT 2005

A good idea is to use TIPC
Probably not ported to BSD yet.

On 9/24/05, jerry at <jerry at> wrote:
> Good afternoon list,
> I have a single board computer with 2 cpu each running their own freebsd
> kernel:
> PHY--CPU1-----------logic---------CPU2---PHY
>             mii bus         mii bus
> Packets should flow from cpu1 to cpu2.
> after I'm done processing a packet on CPU1 how can I address it
> to CPU2?
> Is there a kernel level interface to the MII bus I could
> use for this (i.e read/write)?
> Or any other idea, like shared memory, anything that you think could
> work?
> Should this be implemented in the ethernet driver?
> FYI, we can't use SMP.
> Thanks a lot.
> Jerry
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victor cruceru

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