cptsalek at gmail.com
Mon Mar 17 22:09:58 UTC 2008
On 17/03/2008, Daniel Gerzo <danger at freebsd.org> wrote:
> interrupt total rate
> irq1: atkbd0 5 0
> irq9: acpi0 1 0
> irq16: ohci0 1 0
> irq17: ohci1 ohci3 1 0
> irq18: ohci2 ohci4 1 0
> irq20: em0 22617825 1714
> irq22: em1 atapci0 699549409 53036
> cpu0: timer 26380374 2000
> cpu1: timer 26380325 2000
> Total 774927942 58751
> Any idea, why em1 and atapci0 share the same irq? I don't think this
> is correct. Is there some way how to work this around?
You could try to insert the NIC into another slot and see if the
problem persists. Some MoBos are designed in a way that some onboard
HW shares its IRQ with a PCI slot.
Additionally your BIOS might offer you a way to specify an interrupt
for the slot in question. I don't know if FreeBSD honours this setting
during boot, though.
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