ginlin at nexcom.com.tw
Tue Dec 14 15:27:01 CET 2004
>that's the interesting part. What happens is that once init is running
>things get a bit more formal, things start to slow down. There are lots
>causes we've found for this, but interrupts is typically the big one.
The serial interrupt? Shouldn't it be easy like assigning it an irq?
What other causes that you've found out? One possibility I can think of
is the cache. It was turned off.
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