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    SubjectRe: Help enabling PCI interrupts on Dell/SMP and Sun/SMP systems.
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    > Alan> 	kernel: SSE: Found a DeCypher card.  kernel: ACPI: PCI
    > Alan> interrupt 0000:13:03.0[A] -> GSI 36 (level, low) -> IRQ 217
    >
    > If ACPI has set this device up to use interrupt 217, why are you
    > registering it on IRQ 5?
    >

    Peter,

    Maybe that's it.

    I ask the card which interrupt line it was given at boot-time:

    pci_read_config_byte(dev, PCI_INTERRUPT_LINE,
    &softp->interrupt_line);

    Then I request an IRQ:

    request_irq(softp->interrupt_line, sseintr,
    SA_INTERRUPT, "sse", softp);

    I don't know who exactly is assigning IRQ 217, and I don't know
    where I could read that value.

    Are you suggesting I should call request_irq(217, sseintr,
    SA_INTERRUPT, "sse", softp);

    Maybe you are on to the problem.

    I found out that if I boot with "pci-noapic" that everyting
    works on the Sun machine!!!

    -Alan

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    - Alan Kilian <kilian(at)bobodyne.com>


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