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SubjectRe: APIC IRQs
On Mon, 16 Sep 2002, James Cleverdon wrote:

> For APICs, when two interrupts are present when interrupts are enabled, the
> one with the highest interrupt vector number will be taken first. Vectors
> are statically assigned to the PCI slots, starting at 0x40 or 0x41. So, the

Vectors start from 0x31. That's what IRQ 0 gets. The interval is 8, so
the following vectors are 0x39, 0x41, and so on.

> last PCI interrupt source in the MPS table will be the highest priority.

Not necessarily -- after reaching the reserved range, i.e. 0xef, the
allocation wraps around to the previous base plus one. So for the second
pass vectors start from 0x32, for the third -- 0x33, etc.

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