CPU_CONFIGURE(9)       NetBSD Kernel Developer's Manual       CPU_CONFIGURE(9)

NAME
     cpu_configure -- machine-dependent device autoconfiguration

SYNOPSIS
     #include <sys/systm.h>

     void
     cpu_configure(void);

DESCRIPTION
     The machine-dependent cpu_configure() is called during system bootstrap
     to perform the machine-dependent portion of device autoconfiguration.  It
     sets the configuration machinery in motion by finding the root bus
     (``mainbus'').  When this function returns, interrupts must be enabled.

     The following tasks are performed by cpu_configure():

              initialize soft interrupts (see softintr(9));

              initialize CPU interrupts and SPLs (see spl(9));

              call config_rootfound() for ``mainbus''; and

              complete any initialization deferred from cpu_startup(9).

SEE ALSO
     autoconf(9), cpu_startup(9)

NetBSD 7.0                      April 13, 2010                      NetBSD 7.0

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