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[Issue 1001684] New: Cyg_RealTimeClock::dsr is taking too much time
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- Date: Wed, 10 Oct 2012 10:56:03 +0100
- Subject: [Issue 1001684] New: Cyg_RealTimeClock::dsr is taking too much time
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Summary: Cyg_RealTimeClock::dsr is taking too much time
Platform: Custom (Customer specific)
Class: Advice Request
When Jonathan and Alex visited us last week, we discussed about one of our
We want to be determinastic with a high priority task that is woken up by a
timer DSR (by posting a semaphore)
The problem we are facing is that, sometimes the task is not awaken quickly
enough. There are some delay.
By using our debugger, I've seen that it is because Cyg_RealTimeClock::dsr
raises and takes too much time (I've attached the trace chart taken from our
In this attached screenshot, we see that we spent mainly time in
Cyg_RealTimeClock::dsr and in Cyg_ThreadTimer::alarm
In our current source code, we created one alarm (QF_alarm_handler) an we may
create a second one.
The question is, is it possible to put all the code in Cyg_RealTimeClock::dsr
in a task with a lower priority than our timer task, and only wake up this task
in the new Cyg_RealTimeClock::dsr?
Or maybe, you have some other advice to better fit our need?
PS: eCos options:
- CYGIMP_KERNEL_COUNTERS_SORT_LIST is not defined
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