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    SubjectRe: NIC inerrupt
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    On Monday 19 April 2004 15:46, John Que wrote:
    > Hello,
    >
    > I want to count the number of times I reach an NIC receive
    > interrupt.
    >
    > I added a global static variable of type int , and initialized
    > it to 0 ; each time I am in the rx_interrupt of the card I incerement
    > it by one;
    > I got large , non sensible numbers after one or two seconds;
    >
    > So for debug I added printk each time I increment it in rx_interrupt.
    >
    > What I see is that there are unreasonable jumps in the number
    >
    > for instance , it inceremnts sequntially from 1 to 80,then jums to 4500,
    > increments a little sequentially to 4580, and the jums again to
    > 11000 ;
    >
    > Is it got to do with it that this is in interrupt?
    > Any idea what it can be ?
    >
    >
    > (I also tried to declare it as static in the rx_interrupt method
    > and the same happened)

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