query an interrupt handler


#include <sys/irqinfo.h>
int qnx_hint_query( pid_t proc_pid,
                    int iid,
                    struct _irqinfo *bufptr );


The qnx_hint_query() function returns a structure of information on an interrupt handler associated with iid on the node identified by proc_pid. If proc_pid is zero, the current node is used. To query another node, proc_pid should be passed as a virtual circuit to the process manager on that node. For example,

/* Attach a vc to the process manager on node 4 */
proc_pid = qnx_vc_attach( 4, PROC_PID, 0, 0 );

The iid is a small positive integer. If you ask for information on an ID that isn't in use, information is returned on the next monotonically greater ID. This automatic search for the next existing ID provides a convenient method of obtaining information on all handlers.


An interrupt ID on success. If no interrupt handler with an ID greater than or equal to iid exists, -1 is returned, and errno is set.


There's no handler with an interrupt ID greater than or equal to iid.


#include <stdio.h>
#include <sys/irqinfo.h>
#include <errno.h>

void main()
    int id;
    struct _irqinfo buf;

    printf( "List of interrupt handler on this node:\n" );
    for( id = 0;
       ( id = qnx_hint_query( 0, id, &buf ) ) != -1;
       ++id )
      printf( "Pid %d Irq %d\n", buf.pid, buf.intnum );



Interrupt handler No
Signal handler Yes, but modifies errno
Thread Yes

See also:

errno, qnx_hint_attach(), qnx_hint_detach(), qnx_vc_attach()