Daniel Simon wrote: > On Wed, 11 Jul 2007 17:56:09 +0200 > Jan Kiszka <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > >> Let's find a compromise: I will try to role out -v2 of this patch with >> your fixes soon. And you will try to do the in-depth tests of exectime >> reporting once you have a Xenomai box again? Hacking is cheap, testing >> takes the time... :) Or does the test code you once submitted report >> clear results /wrt the correctness of the exectime data? > > What I mean is that I can perform tests _only on a Pentium3 UP_, and on this > machine I upto now get consistent results on the basic tests using the last > fixes (and I will do further testing with various applications).
Ah, ok, /me should have read more thoroughly. > > I cannot (and will not be able in a previsible future) perform tests > neither on a SMP nor on not_i386 architectures... > > In attachment: > the full exectime-V2.patch (including all the fixes we discussed > today) against a vanilla 2758 release, which compiled and behaves well on my > basic examples and UP machine. (it also patches with no hunk against > last release 2764), > and the add-on against your original patch (I don't know what > is the easiest way for you...) > I've merge you changes (whitespaces...), reformatted it a bit, and uploaded the result. See http://www.rts.uni-hannover.de/rtaddon/patches/xenomai/enhance-thread-stats-v2.patch Hope I didn't messed anything up, it was just compile-tested in a hurry. If the patch happens to work fine, I would start advertising it for merge into trunk. Jan
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