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|BUS_CONFIG_INTR(9)||Kernel Developer's Manual||BUS_CONFIG_INTR(9)|
NAME¶BUS_CONFIG_INTR — configure interrupt polarity and trigger mode
#include <sys/bus.h> int
BUS_CONFIG_INTR(device_t dev, int irq, enum intr_trigger trig, enum intr_polarity pol);
DESCRIPTION¶The BUS_CONFIG_INTR() method allows bus or device drivers to provide interrupt polarity and trigger mode to parent busses. This typically bubbles all the way up to the root bus (e.g. nexus) where the necessary actions are taken to actually program the hardware. Since the BUS_CONFIG_INTR() method takes an interrupt number, it is assumed but not necessarily required that it is called prior to BUS_SETUP_INTR(9). The trig argument can be one of:
- The interrupt trigger mode is standard for the bus to which the device is attached.
- The interrupt is edge triggered. This means that the interrupt is raised by the rising edge of the signal on the interrupt line. The signal typically reverts to the original state so as to cause a spike.
- The interrupt is level triggered. This means that the interrupt is raised when the signal on the interrupt line transitions and remains unchanged after that until the interrupt has been serviced, after which the signal transitions back.
- The interrupt polarity is standard for the bus to which the device is attached.
- The interrupt is activated by a high voltage on the interrupt line.
- The interrupt is activated by a low voltage on the interrupt line.
RETURN VALUES¶Zero is returned on success, otherwise an appropriate error is returned.
SEE ALSO¶BUS_SETUP_INTR(9), BUS_TEARDOWN_INTR(9), device(9), driver(9)
HISTORY¶The BUS_CONFIG_INTR() method first appeared in FreeBSD 5.2.
AUTHORS¶This manual page was written by Marcel Moolenaar ⟨email@example.com⟩.
|January 6, 2005||Debian|