The IoReportInterruptActive routine informs the operating system that a registered interrupt service routine (ISR) is active and ready to handle interrupt requests.
VOID IoReportInterruptActive( _In_ PIO_REPORT_INTERRUPT_ACTIVE_STATE_PARAMETERS Parameters );
- Parameters [in]
A pointer to an IO_REPORT_INTERRUPT_ACTIVE_STATE_PARAMETERS structure that contains the connection context associated with the interrupt. The caller received this context from the IoConnectInterruptEx call that registered the ISR.
The IoConnectInterruptEx routine registers an ISR and connects the ISR to an interrupt or interrupts. After the ISR is registered, the driver can make the ISR active or inactive by calling the IoReportInterruptActive or IoReportInterruptInactive routine. By default, the ISR is active after the IoConnectInterruptEx call.
An ISR that is in the active state can be disconnected or made inactive. To disconnect the ISR and delete its registration, call the IoDisconnectInterruptEx routine. To make the ISR inactive without changing its registration, call IoReportInterruptInactive.
The IO_REPORT_INTERRUPT_ACTIVE_STATE_PARAMETERS structure must contain a valid connection contect obtained from an IoConnectInterruptEx call. Otherwise, the IoReportInterruptActive routine bug checks in a checked build.
For more information about IoReportInterruptActive, see Making an ISR Active or Inactive.
|Available starting with Windows 8.|
Build date: 5/2/2013