Re: [Xenomai-core] [Combo-PATCH] Shared interrupts (final)

2006-02-09 Thread Anders Blomdell
Philippe Gerum wrote: Jan Kiszka wrote: Wolfgang Grandegger wrote: Hello, Dmitry Adamushko wrote: Hi, this is the final set of patches against the SVN trunk of 2006-02-03. It addresses mostly remarks concerning naming (XN_ISR_ISA - XN_ISR_EDGE), a few cleanups and updated comments.

Re: [Xenomai-core] [Combo-PATCH] Shared interrupts (final)

2006-02-09 Thread Jan Kiszka
Anders Blomdell wrote: Philippe Gerum wrote: Jan Kiszka wrote: Wolfgang Grandegger wrote: Hello, Dmitry Adamushko wrote: Hi, this is the final set of patches against the SVN trunk of 2006-02-03. It addresses mostly remarks concerning naming (XN_ISR_ISA - XN_ISR_EDGE), a few cleanups

Re: [Xenomai-core] [Combo-PATCH] Shared interrupts (final)

2006-02-09 Thread Philippe Gerum
Jan Kiszka wrote: Anders Blomdell wrote: Philippe Gerum wrote: Jan Kiszka wrote: Wolfgang Grandegger wrote: Hello, Dmitry Adamushko wrote: Hi, this is the final set of patches against the SVN trunk of 2006-02-03. It addresses mostly remarks concerning naming (XN_ISR_ISA -

Re: [Xenomai-core] [Combo-PATCH] Shared interrupts (final)

2006-02-09 Thread Jan Kiszka
Philippe Gerum wrote: Anders Blomdell wrote: My distinct feeling is that the return value should be a scalar and not a set! To sum up, the valid return values are HANDLED, HANDLED | ENABLE (*), HANDLED | CHAINED and CHAINED. It's currently a set because I once thought that the handled

Re: [Xenomai-core] [Combo-PATCH] Shared interrupts (final)

2006-02-09 Thread Anders Blomdell
Philippe Gerum wrote: Anders Blomdell wrote: Philippe Gerum wrote: Jan Kiszka wrote: Wolfgang Grandegger wrote: Hello, Dmitry Adamushko wrote: Hi, this is the final set of patches against the SVN trunk of 2006-02-03. It addresses mostly remarks concerning naming (XN_ISR_ISA -

Re: [Xenomai-core] [Combo-PATCH] Shared interrupts (final)

2006-02-09 Thread Philippe Gerum
Jan Kiszka wrote: Philippe Gerum wrote: Anders Blomdell wrote: My distinct feeling is that the return value should be a scalar and not a set! To sum up, the valid return values are HANDLED, HANDLED | ENABLE (*), HANDLED | CHAINED and CHAINED. It's currently a set because I once thought

[Xenomai-core] xenomai on SPARC V8

2006-02-09 Thread Frederic Pont
Dear all, I would be interested in running xenomai on a SPARC V8 (LEON) CPU. Any information on a SPARC port of xenomai, anybody working on it? Could anyone evaluate the complexity of such a port? Thanks for your feedback Fred -- Frederic Pont http://asl.epfl.ch tel: +41 21 693 78 27

[Xenomai-core] Benchmarks

2006-02-09 Thread Dmitry Adamushko
Hi there, after a preliminary discussion with Philipe and, well, a few days later than I expected, I'm starting a new effort of writting some simple (i.e. not too complex :) yet, hopefully, useful benchmarking utilites. The idea of each utility is to emulate a certain use case but at the level

Re: [Xenomai-core] Benchmarks

2006-02-09 Thread Luotao Fu
Hi folks, Dmitry Adamushko schrieb: Hi there, after a preliminary discussion with Philipe and, well, a few days later than I expected, I'm starting a new effort of writting some simple (i.e. not too complex :) yet, hopefully, useful benchmarking utilites. The idea of each utility is

[Xenomai-core] More on Shared interrupts

2006-02-09 Thread Anders Blomdell
For the last few days, I have tried to figure out a good way to share interrupts between RT and non-RT domains. This has included looking through Dmitry's patch, correcting bugs and testing what is possible in my specific case. I'll therefore try to summarize at least a few of my thoughts. 1.

Re: [Xenomai-core] More on Shared interrupts

2006-02-09 Thread Jan Kiszka
Anders Blomdell wrote: For the last few days, I have tried to figure out a good way to share interrupts between RT and non-RT domains. This has included looking through Dmitry's patch, correcting bugs and testing what is possible in my specific case. I'll therefore try to summarize at least a

[Xenomai-core] Isolated CPU, SMI problems an thoughts

2006-02-09 Thread John Schipper
Hello, I'm new to this list but have in the past used RTAI in a single processor off the shelf solution. I'm looking to switch to native Xenomai api but have a general problem... The problem is SMI on new systems, and other latency killers that sometimes are not controllable by software

Re: [Xenomai-core] Isolated CPU, SMI problems an thoughts

2006-02-09 Thread Jan Kiszka
John Schipper wrote: Hello, I'm new to this list but have in the past used RTAI in a single processor off the shelf solution. I'm looking to switch to native Xenomai api but have a general problem... The problem is SMI on new systems, and other latency killers that What do you mean with

Re: [Xenomai-core] Isolated CPU, SMI problems an thoughts

2006-02-09 Thread John Schipper
Jan Kiszka wrote: John Schipper wrote: Hello, I'm new to this list but have in the past used RTAI in a single processor off the shelf solution. I'm looking to switch to native Xenomai api but have a general problem... The problem is SMI on new systems, and other latency killers that

Re: [Xenomai-core] [Combo-PATCH] Shared interrupts (final)

2006-02-09 Thread Anders Blomdell
Philippe Gerum wrote: Jan Kiszka wrote: Wolfgang Grandegger wrote: Hello, Dmitry Adamushko wrote: Hi, this is the final set of patches against the SVN trunk of 2006-02-03. It addresses mostly remarks concerning naming (XN_ISR_ISA - XN_ISR_EDGE), a few cleanups and updated comments.

Re: [Xenomai-core] [Combo-PATCH] Shared interrupts (final)

2006-02-09 Thread Jan Kiszka
Anders Blomdell wrote: Philippe Gerum wrote: Jan Kiszka wrote: Wolfgang Grandegger wrote: Hello, Dmitry Adamushko wrote: Hi, this is the final set of patches against the SVN trunk of 2006-02-03. It addresses mostly remarks concerning naming (XN_ISR_ISA - XN_ISR_EDGE), a few cleanups

Re: [Xenomai-core] [Combo-PATCH] Shared interrupts (final)

2006-02-09 Thread Philippe Gerum
Anders Blomdell wrote: Philippe Gerum wrote: Jan Kiszka wrote: Wolfgang Grandegger wrote: Hello, Dmitry Adamushko wrote: Hi, this is the final set of patches against the SVN trunk of 2006-02-03. It addresses mostly remarks concerning naming (XN_ISR_ISA - XN_ISR_EDGE), a few cleanups

Re: [Xenomai-core] [Combo-PATCH] Shared interrupts (final)

2006-02-09 Thread Philippe Gerum
Jan Kiszka wrote: Anders Blomdell wrote: Philippe Gerum wrote: Jan Kiszka wrote: Wolfgang Grandegger wrote: Hello, Dmitry Adamushko wrote: Hi, this is the final set of patches against the SVN trunk of 2006-02-03. It addresses mostly remarks concerning naming (XN_ISR_ISA -

Re: [Xenomai-core] [Combo-PATCH] Shared interrupts (final)

2006-02-09 Thread Jan Kiszka
Philippe Gerum wrote: Anders Blomdell wrote: My distinct feeling is that the return value should be a scalar and not a set! To sum up, the valid return values are HANDLED, HANDLED | ENABLE (*), HANDLED | CHAINED and CHAINED. It's currently a set because I once thought that the handled

Re: [Xenomai-core] [Combo-PATCH] Shared interrupts (final)

2006-02-09 Thread Dmitry Adamushko
On 09/02/06, Jan Kiszka [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Philippe Gerum wrote: Anders Blomdell wrote: My distinct feeling is that the return value should be a scalar and not a set! To sum up, the valid return values are HANDLED, HANDLED | ENABLE (*), HANDLED | CHAINED and CHAINED. It's currently a set

Re: [Xenomai-core] [Combo-PATCH] Shared interrupts (final)

2006-02-09 Thread Philippe Gerum
Jan Kiszka wrote: Philippe Gerum wrote: Anders Blomdell wrote: My distinct feeling is that the return value should be a scalar and not a set! To sum up, the valid return values are HANDLED, HANDLED | ENABLE (*), HANDLED | CHAINED and CHAINED. It's currently a set because I once thought

[Xenomai-core] xenomai on SPARC V8

2006-02-09 Thread Frederic Pont
Dear all, I would be interested in running xenomai on a SPARC V8 (LEON) CPU. Any information on a SPARC port of xenomai, anybody working on it? Could anyone evaluate the complexity of such a port? Thanks for your feedback Fred -- Frederic Pont http://asl.epfl.ch tel: +41 21 693 78 27

[Xenomai-core] Benchmarks

2006-02-09 Thread Dmitry Adamushko
Hi there, after a preliminary discussion with Philipe and, well, a few days later than I expected, I'm starting a new effort of writting some simple (i.e. not too complex :) yet, hopefully, useful benchmarking utilites. The idea of each utility is to emulate a certain use case but at the level

Re: [Xenomai-core] Benchmarks

2006-02-09 Thread Luotao Fu
Hi folks, Dmitry Adamushko schrieb: Hi there, after a preliminary discussion with Philipe and, well, a few days later than I expected, I'm starting a new effort of writting some simple (i.e. not too complex :) yet, hopefully, useful benchmarking utilites. The idea of each utility is

[Xenomai-core] More on Shared interrupts

2006-02-09 Thread Anders Blomdell
For the last few days, I have tried to figure out a good way to share interrupts between RT and non-RT domains. This has included looking through Dmitry's patch, correcting bugs and testing what is possible in my specific case. I'll therefore try to summarize at least a few of my thoughts. 1.

[Xenomai-core] Isolated CPU, SMI problems an thoughts

2006-02-09 Thread John Schipper
Hello, I'm new to this list but have in the past used RTAI in a single processor off the shelf solution. I'm looking to switch to native Xenomai api but have a general problem... The problem is SMI on new systems, and other latency killers that sometimes are not controllable by software

Re: [Xenomai-core] Isolated CPU, SMI problems an thoughts

2006-02-09 Thread Jan Kiszka
John Schipper wrote: Hello, I'm new to this list but have in the past used RTAI in a single processor off the shelf solution. I'm looking to switch to native Xenomai api but have a general problem... The problem is SMI on new systems, and other latency killers that What do you mean with

Re: [Xenomai-core] Isolated CPU, SMI problems an thoughts

2006-02-09 Thread John Schipper
Jan Kiszka wrote: John Schipper wrote: Hello, I'm new to this list but have in the past used RTAI in a single processor off the shelf solution. I'm looking to switch to native Xenomai api but have a general problem... The problem is SMI on new systems, and other latency killers that