Interrupt handling via OpenPIC
moloney at mrsl.com
Thu Apr 12 03:00:55 EST 2001
I am writing a device driver for a custom PMC card, and I'm having
trouble with the interrupt service routine.
Although the PCI configuration block says that the board's interrupt
is 9, I am receiving interrupt 3. I know that the OpenPIC is supposed
to remap the interrupts but I don't quite understand the process.
I've looked at the board's users manual and skimmed the Linux kernel
but I can't find a good example of what to do.
Can anyone provide pointers to documentation, example code, etc. that
shows how I can reconcile what the kernel thinks the interrupt is with
what in actually being generated?
I am developing on a Synergy Microsystems VSS4 board. This is a
quad-G4 VME board that has the following:
IBM MPIC-2 interrupt controller
Motorola MPC106 Grackle PCI bridge/memory controller
Symbios 53c885 Ethernet/SCSI controller
Tundra Universe II PCI-VME64 bridge
DEC/Intel 21554 PCI-PCI bridge
Thanks for any help.
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