DragonFly- master sys/bus/isa isa_common.c sys/bus/pci/amd64 pci_cfgreg.c pci_cfgreg.h pcibus.c pcibus.h sys/bus/pci dc21040reg.h eisa_pci.c fixup_pci.c hostb_pci.c sys/bus/pci/i386 legacy.c pci_bus.c pci_cfgreg.c pci_cfgreg.h pci

Sepherosa Ziehau sepherosa at gmail.com
Wed Jul 15 20:20:00 PDT 2009

On Thu, Jul 16, 2009 at 11:05 AM, YONETANI Tomokazu<qhwt+dfly at les.ath.cx> wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 16, 2009 at 09:43:46AM +0800, Sepherosa Ziehau wrote:
>> When APIC_IO is used, 'irq' only has software meaning.  It could be
>> changed, if intline reading order is changed; since we brought in
>> freebsd's PIR enumeration code, it changes the original intline
>> reading order.  But I do suspect that will be the cause.  Any chance
>> to pull all commits (inclusively) ->
>> a0f63ddc0da202edb4f9107d22aa5a54ec8d20cd, plus
>> 0ba04f16a7a3f73835dfba74b6ab409214ec58ef into your local tree and test
>> again?
> Thanks!  Just to be sure: does this do what you suggested?
>  $ cd /usr/src
>  $ git checkout -b test a0f63ddc0da202edb4f9107d22aa5a54ec8d20cd
>  $ git cherry-pick 0ba04f16a7a3f73835dfba74b6ab409214ec58ef

Yeah, just give it a try. :)

Best Regards,

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