Tom, You make an excellent point regarding using the allocation attempt versus the subsystem start as the point of conflict. My understanding has always been that the last allocation attempt takes precedence and determines the "winner" when multiple subsystems are trying to allocate a device. My memory may be faulty and I don't have the ability to test right now, but that's what I remember. Regards, Andy Nolen-Parkhouse > On Behalf Of Tom Liotta > Subject: RE: Disabling Qinter... (Follow up question) > > > Since SBS2 has only the single device in its table, it almost certainly > will be able to get it allocated before SBS1 has the time to get around to > it. So even though SBS2 "started" last, it wins. > > If somebody really knows how it works, it might be instructive to the rest > of us. > > Tom Liotta
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