Philippe Gerum wrote:
> On Thu, 2006-08-31 at 21:11 +0200, Jan Kiszka wrote:
>> Philippe Gerum wrote:
>>> On Tue, 2006-08-29 at 21:28 +0200, Dmitry Adamushko wrote:
>>>> Hello,
>>>> Jan has rised this question initially and I was struggling last week
>>>> to get his request eventually done :)
>>>> The main idea is to prevent system lockups when the cross domain IRQ
>>>> sharing isn't properly used (there were a number of reports recently).
>>>> So here is an initial patch as well as some related critics (yep, I
>>>> critisize my own patch).
>>> [...]
>>> Applied, thanks.
>> Unless I'm currently doing something completely wrong, it looks like it
>> doesn't work as it should. :(
>> I attached a xeno_16550A to the Ethernet NIC's IRQ line and opened the
>> serial port - lock-up.
>> Ok, and now I enabled shared IRQ support:
>> kernel/xenomai/nucleus/intr.c: In function 'xnintr_irq_handler':
>> kernel/xenomai/nucleus/intr.c:399: error: 'xnintr_t' has no member named
>> 'unhandled'
>> kernel/xenomai/nucleus/intr.c:404: error: 'xnintr_t' has no member named
>> 'unhandled'
>> Looks like our patch review failed... :-/
> I've just committed two trivial fixes concerning the declaration and
> initialization of xnintr::unhandled in the !shared case.

And I found the other bug (which was not in the version I suggested BTW
;) ), see SVN.

Ok, the world is round again, the conflict is correctly detected now!


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