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    SubjectRe: sharing interrupt between PCI device
    On Sat, Nov 08, 2008 at 08:10:54PM +0100, Jiri Slaby wrote:
    > Grant Grundler napsal(a):
    > > So I see how the IRQ is enabled and disabled. I still don't see where
    > > an interrupt handler is bound to IRQ 225 (output you posted today in
    > > another email).
    >
    > This irq setup is done during pci_enable_device.

    Sorry, I wasn't quite correct: pci_enable_device() should only assign IRQs,
    not enable them. request_irq() would enable them.

    > > Nobin, can you dump /proc/interrupts when both drivers
    > > are loaded and also send the dmesg output after both are loaded?
    >
    > This won't show the hp driver as it doesn't request_irq.

    Yup - that's what I expect too. But I was afraid something else might
    be calling request_irq() and I'm just not seeing it. :)

    grant


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