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Compute Host IRQ Script

Linux Tipps vom 08.11.2018 um 21:25 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com

Hi everybody!

I have been requested to get an IRQ monitoring report from a compute host that should look like this:

. . IRQ 291 : 0 / sec vfio-msix[0](0000:03:00.0) IRQ 292 : 0 / sec vfio-msix[0](0000:03:00.1) IRQ 293 : 0 / sec vfio-msix[0](0000:83:00.0) IRQ 294 : 0 / sec vfio-msix[0](0000:83:00.1) . . 

I have already tried...

$ cat /proc/interrupts $ watch -n 1 /proc/interrupts 

...but they don't really conform to the exact format. I think there must be a particular script that can do the trick. Google hasn't help that much just yet.

If you are familiar with the printout format I need and know what is the script that makes it, I would really appreciate any help.

Thanks in advance!

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