DragonFly users List (threaded) for 2011-03
Re: ACPI based interrupt routing and new ACPI code ready for testing
On Fri, Mar 25, 2011 at 5:00 AM, Max Herrgard <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Matthew Dillon wrote:
>> :However, it makes my graphics card (an ati 9200 agp) lose some speed. It
>> :usually gets ~1600 fps with glxgears and with 2) enabled it drops to ~20
>> :fps. From what I can see it gives no error about this problem.
>> What about the rest of the system? Run some simple cpu benchmarks.
>> If those are slow also this could be an indication of an interrupt
>> storm (and possibly even a SMI storm, similar to ruse39's issue).
> Do you have a suggestion for such a cpu benchmark?
> vmstat -i looks okay:
> # vmstat -i
> interrupt total rate
> clk 1500666 278
> sio0 0 0
> ppc0 1 0
> acpi0/vge0/uhci0/uhci1 29597 5
This interrupt sharing may caused by interrupt routing in ACPI code.
What's the vmstat -iv on both w/ and w/o ACPI interrupt routing?
> ral0/rl0/ehci0 145586 27
> fwohci0/pcm0/rl1/atapci0/uhci2/uhci3 60096 11
> ata0 37 0
> ata1 0 0
> irq19 46 0
> irq21 63376 11
> swi_siopoll 0 0
> swi_cambio 0 0
> swi_vm 0 0
> swi_taskq/swi_mp_taskq 0 0
> Total 1799405 333
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