JohnBons
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IRQ interrrupts

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From reading kb1003710 (1003710) i was running true the config of one of our host's.

The vector 0x71: this IRQ 16 is shared with VMK vmnic6,VMK qla4022, VMK vmnic1

right?

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NTurnbull
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Hi, yes thats right. Bear in mind that these are owned by the service console. As per the KB you referenced:

"For the sake of analysis, you can ignore devices owned by the service console that have their names enclosed in angle brackets (<>), because the service console does not load a driver for them."

You've got to compare the output to the cat /proc/interrupts output to see whats being loaded at the vmnix level.

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Neil

Thanks, Neil

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NTurnbull
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Hi, yes thats right. Bear in mind that these are owned by the service console. As per the KB you referenced:

"For the sake of analysis, you can ignore devices owned by the service console that have their names enclosed in angle brackets (<>), because the service console does not load a driver for them."

You've got to compare the output to the cat /proc/interrupts output to see whats being loaded at the vmnix level.

Thanks,

Neil

Thanks, Neil

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JohnBons
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According to this there is not much loaded? and the irq's are not shared? thats correct ?

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NTurnbull
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Yep, the IRQ is the number in the first column, so your host usb controller(s) are using IRQ 20 and 21 which isn't showing as sharing as per your first screenshot.

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Neil

Thanks, Neil