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    SubjectRe: [kvm-devel] [RFC] Deferred interrupt handling.
    > >> 	Guest0	-	blocked on I/O
    > >>
    > >> IRQ14 from your hardware
    > >> Block IRQ14
    > >> Sent to guest (guest is blocked)
    > >>
    > >> IRQ14 from hard disk
    > >> Ignored (as blocked)
    > >>
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    > But now the timer will pop and the hard disk will get its irq.
    > The guest will be released right after.

    How do you plan to do this ? If you unmask the interrupt then it will
    immediately jam solid with IRQs from your hardware and the line will be
    disabled.
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