On Thu, Nov 12 2020 at 20:15, Thomas Gleixner wrote: > The recent changes to store the MSI irqdomain pointer in struct device > missed that Intel DMAR does not register virtual function devices. Due to > that a VF device gets the plain PCI-MSI domain assigned and then issues > compat MSI messages which get caught by the interrupt remapping unit. > > Cure that by inheriting the irq domain from the physical function > device. > > That's a temporary workaround. The correct fix is to inherit the irq domain > from the bus, but that's a larger effort which needs quite some other > changes to the way how x86 manages PCI and MSI domains.
Bah, that's not really going to work with the way how irq remapping works on x86 because at least Intel/DMAR can have more than one DMAR unit on a bus. So the alternative solution would be to assign the domain per device, but the current ordering creates a hen and egg problem. Looking the domain up in pci_set_msi_domain() does not work because at that point the device is not registered in the IOMMU. That happens from device_add(). Marc, is there any problem to reorder the calls in pci_device_add(): device_add(); pci_set_msi_domain(); That would allow to add a irq_find_matching_fwspec() based lookup to pci_msi_get_device_domain(). Though I'm not yet convinced that the outcome would be less horrible than the hack in the DMAR driver when I'm taking all the other horrors of x86 (including XEN) into account :) Thanks, tglx _______________________________________________ iommu mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org https://lists.linuxfoundation.org/mailman/listinfo/iommu