[Xenomai] Some Information About compilation Xenomai and RT Patches
c.stoidner at arvero.de
Fri Jun 20 11:02:46 CEST 2014
I have merged successfully I-Pipe/Xenomai and Preempt RT patch for Kernel V3.10.18. From my point of view it is working very well. The only part which was a bit of tricky to solve was the kernel's spinlock implementation. This is since I-Pipe as well as Preempt-RT are patching this part of code each with own implementations. As result it is required to replace Preempt RT's default spinlock calls with new wrappers. Within the wrappers you have to decide if Preempt RT's spinlock or I-Pipe's spinlock have to be used at this place.
My pending problem which I hope to solve soon is the fast context switch extension (FCSE) that allows better latency times on ARM9. In "guaranteed" mode it crashs when using addresses above 32MB.
If you are interested in more details feel free to ask.
Von: Xenomai <xenomai-bounces at xenomai.org> im Auftrag von Jean Rodriguez <j.rodriguez at caustier.com>
Gesendet: Dienstag, 17. Juni 2014 17:00
An: xenomai at xenomai.org
Betreff: [Xenomai] Some Information About compilation Xenomai and RT Patches
I’m trying to compile kernel 3.8 with the last xenomai source.
I want to know some precisions about preempt option.
Is it useless to patch the kernel with with Xenomai and also with RT patch
Because With RT patch I can choose on menuconfig Preemption Model 5 choices
(No preempt, Voluntary and low latency , preemptible kernel or fully
But if I patch only with xenomai I have just 3 choices of preemptive (No
preempt, Voluntary and low latency)
If patch first with RT and after xenomai I have a lot of Hunk message
(warning and error) but if I Patch first with xenomai and after RT -> no
So my question are they compatible together? Or perhaps choosing fully
preemptive will turn my system unstable.
My goal is to catch Interruption with a small latency (50-10 µs) with a low
Board Arbor card
=1&version=+Default> EmETX-i2900 with ATOM N450
Thanks for your future response
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