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    SubjectRe: [PATCH 1/3] Added new Proc entry to display per-cpu interrupts
    On Tue, 17 Apr 2012, Sasikantha babu wrote:

    Sigh. I told you before, that a subject line of a patch which starts
    with: "Added ..." is useless.

    Please use the proper prefix for the subsystem and a reasonable
    subject.

    > As the number of cores increases the output of the /proc/interrupts losing the readability.
    >

    And please use a proper mail client which does line wraps around 78 chars.

    > As the number of cores increases the output of the /proc/interrupts
    > losing the readability.

    That's how it should look like.

    > I think instead of showing complete information of all cores in a
    > single proc file spliting the information based on per-CPU will be
    > more useful (especially for people who wants to track per-cpu
    > information in real-time systems).

    That has nothing to do with real time systems. /proc/interrupts is
    unreadable on any machine with a large number of cores.

    What the heck is wrong with

    cat /proc/interrupts | grep $YOUR_IRQ_OF_INTEREST | awk '{ print $CPU_ROW }'


    Thanks,

    tglx


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