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RE: [Xen-devel] Dynamic-irq's in HVM domains

> I can't help with the Windows side I'm afraid, perhaps there is a
> windows dev newsgroup or something that might be useful?

There might be. Curiously, windows communities are a bit different...
people like to keep their cards closer to their chest :)

> On Fri, 2007-11-30 at 20:02 +1100, James Harper wrote:
> > I made the assumption that 'Dynamic-irq' is the same as virq... if
> > not, what is a virq? It appears to be something that the hypervisor
> > aware of as there is a hypercall to bind to one.
> They are IRQ sources from the hypervisor (as opposed to from a virtual
> or physical device or another domain). From xen/include/public/xen.h:


> They are used by binding them to an event channel using
> EVTCHNOP_bind_virq, as you've probably noticed.

Ah. I had them backwards. I was assuming you could say 'when an event
channel fires, call this virq instead' and the virq would jump somewhere
into your idt.

I'll keep searching for another way...



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