CONFIG.SYS PSD Statements
|The Config.sys Documentation Project|
PSD stands for "Platform Specific Driver". These drivers provide an abstraction layer for the underlying hardware by allowing the operating system to call generic functions to perform platform-specific operations without worrying about the actual hardware implementation.
If multiple PSD statements are encountered, OS/2 will load each PSD in the order listed in CONFIG.SYS, and call the PSD's install function. The first PSD which successfully installs will be the one OS/2 uses.
PSD statements are processed before BASEDEV, IFS, and DEVICE statements.
- ACPI.PSD - ACPI platform-specific driver
Advanced Logic Research (ALR)
IBM PC Server 720
This is a component part of the OS/4 Kernel project.
To route IRQ through IOAPIC. Use the /APIC option switch only when PRELOAD is set in the os2ldr.ini file. If this switch is not used then the PIC mode is set and the IRQ will be routed through PIC.
Compaq Proliant 2X00 or Proliant 4X00 Server