On 24/11/2015 15:35, Radim Krcmár wrote:
> > Thanks for your guys' review. Yes, we can introduce a module option
> > for it. According to Radim's comments above, we need use the
> > same policy for PI and non-PI lowest-priority interrupts, so here is the
> > question: for vector hashing, it is easy to apply it for both non-PI and PI
> > case, however, for Round-Robin, in non-PI case, the round robin counter
> > is used and updated when the interrupt is injected to guest, but for
> > PI case, the interrupt is injected to guest totally by hardware, software
> > cannot control it while interrupt delivery, we can only decide the
> > destination vCPU for the PI interrupt in the initial configuration
> > time (guest update vMSI -> QEMU -> KVM). Do you guys have any good
> > suggestion to do round robin for PI lowest-priority? Seems Round robin
> > is not a good way for PI lowest-priority interrupts. Any comments
> > are appreciated!
> It's meaningless to try dynamic algorithms with PI so if we allow both
> lowest priority algorithms, I'd let PI handle any lowest priority only
> with vector hashing.  (It's an ugly compromise.)

For now, I would just keep the 4.4 behavior, i.e. disable PI unless
there is a single destination || vector hashing is enabled.  We can flip
the switch later.

To unsubscribe from this list: send the line "unsubscribe kvm" in
the body of a message to majord...@vger.kernel.org
More majordomo info at  http://vger.kernel.org/majordomo-info.html

Reply via email to