[LAD] How do I add threadirqs as a default boot parameter for a linux kernel not editing boot configs?

Kaj Ailomaa ailomaa at warpmail.net
Mon May 7 00:25:53 UTC 2012

On 05/06/2012 10:47 PM, Diego Simak wrote:
> Hi, here with:
> Ubuntu 10.04.2
> Grub2
> Kernel 2.6.39 with CONFIG_IRQ_FORCED_THREADING=y
> i have GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="threadirqs" configured in /etc/default/grub file.
> Remember to run update-grub if you modify /etc/default/grub file.
> Have fun
> Diego
> 2012/5/6 Kaj Ailomaa<ailomaa at warpmail.net>
>> I've been trying to find some docs on how to get the kernel to boot with
>> the threadirqs by default, and not needing to pass that option manually at
>> boot time (or editing a boot config).
>> Or, any boot option for that matter..
>> Anyone care to shed some light on this? :)
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Thank you, but this only solves adding the boot parameter for a 
particular system install.
I would prefer finding out how to add it to a kernel source, 
alternatively, a kernel package source. How can I build the kernel to 
have the threadirqs option by default?

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