[Xenomai-core] Some fundamental questions on Xenomai : past, present and future

2006-01-04 Thread Md. Omar Faruque Sarker
Dear all, Greetings of New Year 2006! I presume that this is the right mailing list to ask about the fundamental characteristics of Xenomai, a very promising RTOS. If I'm wrong please forward it to right place since I'm going to invite a group of people to implement Xenomai -;) 1. Xenomai and

[Xenomai-core] xenomai prefix in RTDM userspace includes

2006-01-04 Thread Jan Kiszka
Hi, the current RTDM profile headers (so far only rtserial.h and rtbenchmark.h) suffer from the xenomai prefix in the include path. This was introduced with 2.1. An example: rtserial.h contains #include xenomai/rtdm/rtdm.h which is fine in kernel space but requires that - in my eyes - ugly

[Xenomai-core] Re: xenomai prefix in RTDM userspace includes

2006-01-04 Thread Philippe Gerum
Jan Kiszka wrote: Hi, the current RTDM profile headers (so far only rtserial.h and rtbenchmark.h) suffer from the xenomai prefix in the include path. This was introduced with 2.1. An example: rtserial.h contains #include xenomai/rtdm/rtdm.h which is fine in kernel space but requires that - in

Re: [Adeos-main] Re: [Xenomai-core] I-pipe + latency tracing patch

2006-01-04 Thread Luotao Fu
Hi, As I've noticed, the tracer ist still not compeletly in the SVN trunk. Thus it causes some problems (missing header files) while compiling the timer Benchmark module. Here is a small patch, which fix this problem. Cheers Luotao Fu diff -uNr xenomai/ksrc/drivers/benchmark/timerbench.c

Re: [Xenomai-core] RTDM timerbench problems

2006-01-04 Thread Jan Kiszka
Stelian Pop wrote: Hi, I'm trying to use the xeno_timerbench as a replacement to the old 2.0 klatency module and I encounter some problems. This is on my in-progress ARM Xenomai port. User space latency and old klatency work great (my board has some hardware latency problems though -

Re: [Xenomai-core] RTDM timerbench problems

2006-01-04 Thread Gilles Chanteperdrix
Stelian Pop wrote: Before hanging, sometimes it just prints: Unable to handle kernel NULL pointer dereference at virtual address 004d Sometimes the oops is more complete (note that sometimes it also hangs in the middle of the printout): Unable to handle kernel NULL

Re: [Xenomai-core] RTDM timerbench problems

2006-01-04 Thread Stelian Pop
Le mercredi 04 janvier 2006 à 18:19 +0100, Gilles Chanteperdrix a écrit : Stelian Pop wrote: Before hanging, sometimes it just prints: Unable to handle kernel NULL pointer dereference at virtual address 004d Sometimes the oops is more complete (note that sometimes it also

[Xenomai-core] enjoying the trace

2006-01-04 Thread Jan Kiszka
Hi all, after a long day of experimenting with a new tracer revision (will get posted later), I'm looking now for some external wisdom. I changed the instrumentation for high-domain stall times such that I now attach to local_irq_disable_hw friends instead. In case the hard-IRQ status doesn't

Re: [Xenomai-core] enjoying the trace

2006-01-04 Thread Jan Kiszka
Jan Kiszka wrote: Hi all, after a long day of experimenting with a new tracer revision (will get posted later), I'm looking now for some external wisdom. I changed the instrumentation for high-domain stall times such that I now attach to local_irq_disable_hw friends instead. In case the

[Xenomai-core] Some fundamental questions on Xenomai : past, present and future

2006-01-04 Thread Md. Omar Faruque Sarker
Dear all, Greetings of New Year 2006! I presume that this is the right mailing list to ask about the fundamental characteristics of Xenomai, a very promising RTOS. If I'm wrong please forward it to right place since I'm going to invite a group of people to implement Xenomai -;) 1. Xenomai and

[Xenomai-core] xenomai prefix in RTDM userspace includes

2006-01-04 Thread Jan Kiszka
Hi, the current RTDM profile headers (so far only rtserial.h and rtbenchmark.h) suffer from the xenomai prefix in the include path. This was introduced with 2.1. An example: rtserial.h contains #include xenomai/rtdm/rtdm.h which is fine in kernel space but requires that - in my eyes - ugly

[Xenomai-core] Re: xenomai prefix in RTDM userspace includes

2006-01-04 Thread Philippe Gerum
Jan Kiszka wrote: Hi, the current RTDM profile headers (so far only rtserial.h and rtbenchmark.h) suffer from the xenomai prefix in the include path. This was introduced with 2.1. An example: rtserial.h contains #include xenomai/rtdm/rtdm.h which is fine in kernel space but requires that - in

[Xenomai-core] RTDM timerbench problems

2006-01-04 Thread Stelian Pop
Hi, I'm trying to use the xeno_timerbench as a replacement to the old 2.0 klatency module and I encounter some problems. This is on my in-progress ARM Xenomai port. User space latency and old klatency work great (my board has some hardware latency problems though - latencies can be as high as

Re: [Adeos-main] Re: [Xenomai-core] I-pipe + latency tracing patch

2006-01-04 Thread Luotao Fu
Hi, As I've noticed, the tracer ist still not compeletly in the SVN trunk. Thus it causes some problems (missing header files) while compiling the timer Benchmark module. Here is a small patch, which fix this problem. Cheers Luotao Fu diff -uNr xenomai/ksrc/drivers/benchmark/timerbench.c

Re: [Xenomai-core] RTDM timerbench problems

2006-01-04 Thread Jan Kiszka
Stelian Pop wrote: Hi, I'm trying to use the xeno_timerbench as a replacement to the old 2.0 klatency module and I encounter some problems. This is on my in-progress ARM Xenomai port. User space latency and old klatency work great (my board has some hardware latency problems though -

Re: [Adeos-main] Re: [Xenomai-core] I-pipe + latency tracing patch

2006-01-04 Thread Philippe Gerum
Luotao Fu wrote: Hi, As I've noticed, the tracer ist still not compeletly in the SVN trunk. And it won't actually. It is an optional part of the I-pipe layer. Thus it causes some problems (missing header files) while compiling the timer Benchmark module. Here is a small patch, which fix

Re: [Xenomai-core] RTDM timerbench problems

2006-01-04 Thread Stelian Pop
Le mercredi 04 janvier 2006 à 17:49 +0100, Jan Kiszka a écrit : Stelian Pop wrote: Hi, 88 I'm trying to use the xeno_timerbench as a replacement to the old 2.0 klatency module and I encounter some problems. This is on my in-progress ARM Xenomai port. User space latency and old

Re: [Xenomai-core] RTDM timerbench problems

2006-01-04 Thread Gilles Chanteperdrix
Stelian Pop wrote: Before hanging, sometimes it just prints: Unable to handle kernel NULL pointer dereference at virtual address 004d Sometimes the oops is more complete (note that sometimes it also hangs in the middle of the printout): Unable to handle kernel NULL