On Mon, 6 Oct 2003 19:48:53 +0700 "Michael O. Boev" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> probably wrote:
> Hello, everyone! Hi! > I've got a [uniprocessor] router machine with fxp and em nics. > I've built my kernel with the following included: > > options DEVICE_POLLING > options HZ=2500 > > and enabled polling in /etc/sysctl.conf. > > Having looked through a vmstat -i output I see > that the em card is generating interrupts, although > they should be disabled (as I see in em's source code). > > interrupt total rate > stray irq0 1 0 > stray irq6 1 0 > npx0 irq13 1 0 > ata0 irq14 2339 0 > em0 irq10 421457 155 > fxp0 irq5 2 0 > atkbd0 irq1 3326 1 > clk irq0 6778872 2500 > rtc irq8 346899 127 > Total 7552898 2786 > > What's happening? Is polling working in my case? > If yes, why is vmstat showing interrupts? I see clearly, > that fxp's counter doesn't increase, and em's is constantly growing. Assuming you are using 4.8, \From the polling manpage: > As of this writing, the dc, fxp, rl and sis devices are supported, with >other in the works. I guess em is just not there yet, while fxp is... HTH -- DoubleF "All flesh is grass" -- Isiah Smoke a friend today.
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