VOID KiIpiStallOnPacketTargets( VOID ); Routine Description: This function waits until the specified set of processors have signaled their completion of a requested function. N.B. The exact protocol used between the source and the target of an interprocessor request is not specified. Minimally the source must construct an appropriate packet and send the packet to a set of specified targets. Each target receives the address of the packet address as an argument, and minimally must clear the packet address when the mutually agreed upon protocol allows. The target has three options: 1. Capture necessary information, release the source by clearing the packet address, execute the request in parallel with the source, and return from the interrupt. 2. Execute the request in series with the source, release the source by clearing the packet address, and return from the interrupt. 3. Execute the request in series with the source, release the source, wait for a reply from the source based on a packet parameter, and return from the interrupt. This function is provided to enable the source to synchronize with the target for cases 2 and 3 above. N.B. There is no support for method 3 above. Arguments: None. Return Value: None.