FreeBSD 7.0 interrupt storm with irq0: clk
nate at root.org
Sun Oct 14 11:45:58 PDT 2007
Abdullah Ibn Hamad Al-Marri wrote:
> On 10/13/07, Nate Lawson <nate at root.org> wrote:
>> Rolf Witt wrote:
>>> Abdullah Ibn Hamad Al-Marri schrieb:
>>>> I'm getting interrupt storm lately.
>>> No, you use Polling and the interrupt-rate is 1000HZ (your HZ-Option).
>>> Thats ok.
>>>> IM# vmstat -i
>>>> interrupt total rate
>>>> irq0: clk 278426173 1000
>>>> options DEVICE_POLLING
>>>> options HZ=1000
>> He's right. The above options say "run my clock at 1000 hz and poll".
> Thank you guys.
> I removed them.
> But still same issue with irq0: clk but less now.
> IM# vmstat -i
> interrupt total rate
> irq0: clk 37009569 1000
> irq4: fxp0 2886384 77
> irq8: rtc 4736510 127
> irq14: ata0 79714 2
> Total 44712177 1208
I don't see a storm -- it's coming in at exactly 1000 per second. The
above shows your machine probably has been up about 10 hours.
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