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SubjectRe: 2.5.67-mm4 & IRQ balancing
On Wed, 23 Apr 2003, Bill Davidsen wrote:

> I like the idea of being able to tune the int processing with a user
> program. I don't think I share your vision of making a user program part

You've actually been able to do this with echo(1) for a while, just not
'automagically'

> of the kernel to allow diddling an interface which might be better getting
> right the first time, and protecting against "features" being added.
> Hopefully it will be minimalist, and may well benefit from a totally
> different user program for various machine types.

The smp interrupt affinity interface hasn't changed for a while (since
inception?), we're only now deciding on where to put the autotune aspect
of it.
Zwane

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