Gilles Chanteperdrix wrote:
Philippe Gerum wrote:
> Gilles Chanteperdrix wrote:
> > When using xenomai trunk, it appears that /proc/xenomai is no longer a
> > directory but a file returning "0".
> Check your recent changes for giving the nucleus a regular syscall
> table. I would not be surprised of some side-effect there. i.e.
> something going on with the xnptree_t descriptor?
That is exactly the source of the problem, since iface_proc_root in
nucleus/module.c has not yet been set, the proc entry for the nucleus
interface get created directly under /proc instead of
Do we need a /proc entry for this interface ?
Not really. This would only give the exact number of processes bound to
the nucleus, whilst major interface counters already display the number
of bound threads.
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