Difference between revisions of "ARM11 Interrupts"
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Revision as of 15:39, 30 June 2016
Interrupt priority is 0-0xF
Each CPU core has 32 software interrupts that are private and belong to that core. These interrupts are numbers 0-0x1F for each core. The hardware interrupts are not core-specific and start at interrupt ID 0x20.
|0x8||Kernel||MPCore software-interrupt. Used for scheduling.|
|0xF||dmnt/debugger||MPCore software-interrupt. Used to abstract FIQ (debug).|
There are 0x60 hardware interrupts starting at 0x20 and continuing up to 0x7F. These are not private and are accessible from any core.
|0x40||nwm||WIFI SDIO Controller @ 0x10122000|
|0x42||nwm_dev?||WIFI SDIO Controller @ 0x10100000|
|0x4B||camera||Y2R Conversion Finished|
|0x52||pxi, TwlBg||Send Fifo Empty|
|0x53||pxi, TwlBg||Receive Fifo Not Empty|
|0x60||gpio, TwlBg||Asserted when shell is opened?|
|0x62||gpio, TwlBg||Asserted when shell is closed?|
|0x64||gpio, TwlBg||Headphone jack plugged in/out|
There are 2 tables in the ARM11 kernel: the first has 32 * 2(or 32 * 4) 8-byte entries. This table is for the private interrupts that belong to each core. The data for each interrupt can be found by doing table_base + (core_num * 0x100) + (intr_num * 8). The second table is for public hardware interrupts and the data for each interrupt can be retrieved by doing table_base + (intr_num * 8).
|0x0||u32||Pointer to interrupt data object for interrupt number|
|0x4||u8||Interrupt is pending|
|0x5||u8||Interrupt is enabled, about to execute|
The interrupt data pointer is a pointer to the object that handles that interrupt. The first first word in the object is a pointer to the object's vtable and the first function in the vtable is the interrupt handler for that interrupt number. When an interrupt runs, the function is passed its object in r0 and the interrupt number in r1.
Interrupt Table (New3DS)
(0xFFF318F4 in 10.3)
|0x0||InterruptEvent||Table of interrupt event objects for all hardware and software interrupts|
|0x700||KThread*||Thread currently acting on the interrupt table|
|0x704||s16||Error tracker for thread above|
|0x0||u32||Pointer to interrupt event object|