PLEASE TEST: acpi pci irq routing
sebastian.ssmoller at gmx.net
Tue Aug 10 00:24:48 PDT 2004
not sure what i should expect (to see). but this patch looks good here.
everything works fine. no errors nor warnings. all irqs seem to be ok.
ps: hardware: asus m2400n notebook
On Mon, 09 Aug 2004 18:09:40 -0700
Nate Lawson <nate at root.org> wrote:
> Thanks for all the feedback to everyone who responded. I have
> reworking our PCI irq routing approach and the result is much simpler
> while retaining the existing weighting algorithm from acpi_pci_link.c
> (around since Oct. 2002). It removes the hack which causes the first
> IRQ to be chosen from possible IRQs if the BIOS hasn't routed an
> interrupt. The selection algorithm is to always use the BIOS irq, if
> valid, and then select from the weighted priority list if that fails.
> I've tested both approaches fully.
> Please test this patch to be sure all PCI devices continue (or begin)
> function as expected. If something fails for you, please send me the
> dmesg from boot -v.
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