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SubjectRE: ERR in /proc/interrupts
    Are IPI related to SMP machines? This is not an SMP machine nor kernel.



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----- Mensaje original -----
De: "Tim Walberg" <>
Para: "Jorge Boncompte (DTI2)" <>
CC: <>
Enviado: jueves, 18 de enero de 2001 23:10
Asunto: Re: ERR in /proc/interrupts

A quick perusal of the 2.2.18 source code (I don't have
a copy of 2.4.x handy) shows that it's directly
related to the number of IPIs (inter-processor
interrupts) the system has taken. I'm not real
sure under what conditions this occurs, but it's
someplace to start...

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