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SubjectRe: pci_domain_nr vs. /sys/devices
On Wed, Jun 11, 2003 at 05:06:20PM +0200, Benjamin Herrenschmidt wrote:
> Looks like nobody really understands it then ;)

Well, it keeps changing ;-)

> > Look in /sys/bus/pci/devices/ There you have all the PCI devices
> > lumped together in one place, and we obviously need the domain number
> > in the name. I don't know where the 0 on the end of /sys/devices/pci0/
> > comes from, but if we could, I wouldn't say no to:
>
> Nah, you are mixing up /sys/bus/* which is a flat list of busses in the
> machine, with /sys/devices/* which is the hierarchical device tree.

I'm not mixing them up, I'm just saying that the domain number has to be
part of the leafname.

> It's probably not, then it's a matter of properly renaming the pciN entries
> in /sys/devices to be /sys/devices/pciDD:NN where DD is the domain number
> and NN is the first bus on this domain, or just pciDD (though I like having
> the bus number there as well)

Yep. Can you find where this happens, because it's not in pci-sysfs.c
where one might logically expect it to be ...

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