Re: [PATCHv10 3/4] genirq: Avoid summation loops for /proc/interrupts

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On Tue, Feb 27 2024 at 19:20, Bitao Hu wrote:
> On 2024/2/27 17:26, Thomas Gleixner wrote:
>> and then let kstat_irqs() and show_interrupts() use it. See?
> I have a concern. kstat_irqs() uses for_each_possible_cpu() for
> summation. However, show_interrupts() uses for_each_online_cpu(),
> which means it only outputs interrupt statistics for online cpus.
> If we use for_each_possible_cpu() in show_interrupts() to calculate
> 'any_count', there could be a problem with the following scenario:
> If an interrupt has a count of zero on online cpus but a non-zero
> count on possible cpus, then 'any_count' would not be zero, and the
> statistics for that interrupt would be output, which is not the
> desired behavior for show_interrupts(). Therefore, I think it's not
> good to have kstat_irqs() and show_interrupts() both use the same
> logic. What do you think?

Good point. But you simply can have

unsigned int kstat_irq_desc(struct irq_desc *desc, const struct cpumask *mask)

and hand in the appropriate cpumask, which still shares the code, no?



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