On 2018-04-10 16:39, Giovani Gracioli wrote:
> Updating:
> 
> I added 
> 
> .num_msix_vectors = 1,
> .iommu = 1, 
> 
> to the root cell .pci_devices config, wrote a simple linux program to write 
> to the shared memory (0x800500000) and a simple inmate cell code to read from 
> the shared memory. It was able to read the values that were written.
> 
> The next step is how to generate interrupts among the cells. I tried to use 
> the pci functions (the same used in the ivshmem-demo) on the arm64 but got an 
> error. The lib/pci.c is not compiled by arm64.
> 
> How should I discover the pci device and send/receive interrupts on arm64?
> 

ivshmem demo inmate for ARM/ARM64 is still work in progress. Henning, is
there any intermediate step we can point to?

You could start your tests between two Linux cells, meanwhile, using the
uio driver.

Jan

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