On 11/04/18 16:58, Mirela Simonovic wrote:
On 04/11/2018 05:07 PM, Julien Grall wrote:
Migrating interrupts when turning off a CPU already works. However, when
a CPU is turned back on there is no interrupt migration back to the
hotplugged CPU - all interrupts will remain routed to the CPU#0.
On 11/04/18 14:19, Mirela Simonovic wrote:
Patch 7/7 fixes this
What do you mean by all interrupts? Interrupts routed to guest will
always follow the vCPU. So are you sure they are going to be migrated
when that vCPU is paused/off?
Can you give the path in Xen doing that?
Calls to enable/disable_nonboot_cpus() functions currently don't
Xen ARM code. This will be added with the suspend to RAM support for
What would be the way to test that series?
I tested/developed the series on Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC (ZCU102
board), but how would others test that - I don't know. We will have to
ask Xilinx for detailed answer to this question.
I am not sure to understand your answer. What I asked, is how did you
did turned off the CPU? Did you hack Xen or do you rely on another series?
If the former, it would be nice to get the code you used. If the latter,
then having a hack patch to test that code would be nice. Ideally, you
want to plug that in the SYSCTL interface for out-of-box testing.
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