2007/10/9, Jan Kiszka <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: > Gregory CLEMENT wrote: > > 2007/10/9, Jan Kiszka <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: > >> Gilles Chanteperdrix wrote: > >>> gclement00 at gmail.com (Gregory CLEMENT) wrote: > >>> > > >>> > For RTAI we have now a working systeme with have better max latency > >>> > than Xenomai ( 50us instead of around 100us for Xenomai). I plan to > >>> > update the patches on our site with this new version and communicate > >>> > on it on RTAI list as soon as I have some free time. > >>> > >>> A good place for discussing about these figures would have been Xenomai > >>> mailing list, a place where we could have answered you immediately. Are > >>> you sure you are not comparing Xenomai user-space scheduling latency > >>> with RTAI kernel-space scheduling latency ? > >> Me too asked Gregory for some discussion on this long ago but received > >> no response. > >> > >> Anyway, the critical thing beyond latencies remains *maintenance*. If > >> someone decides to apply I-pipe on RTAI *and* doesn't forget to > >> contribute to the mandatory bits of the Adeos project, work actively > >> within that community (test new versions and report results, track down > >> bugs, port to new kernels releases, etc.), anyone would benefit in the > >> end. BTW, that would surely stimulate discussions about differing > >> numbers on both sides as well. > > > > And you think we didn't contribute to adeos projects, test new version > > and report result??? > > Because it is exactly what we have done. > > You did this for the startup of this port, and it is highly appreciated. > But such things require lasting effort. Probably I'm just so sceptical > because there have been many people before posting patches once and then > never again. Just look at RTAI's ARM history of the last, mmh, 4 years. > I'm always happy being proved wrong regarding such scepticisms of mine!
There is no more post on adeos mailing list just because we didn't change it, since our last post. As I mentioned earlier we just set dbgu priority level at a different level, it is not a big change, but I will post the patch for it. > > Our result on RTAI are pretty recent, and the lack of discussion on it > > is only a lack of time and not a lack of wiling. > > Then I'm looking forward to have this now, e.g. backed up with tracer > outputs of both variants. As I mentionned, that for now, I am deep under load ? Because I am, and so I will do my best but time is not extensible unforutnately. > > Jan > > -- > Siemens AG, Corporate Technology, CT SE 2 > Corporate Competence Center Embedded Linux > -- Gregory CLEMENT Adeneo Adetel Group 2, chemin du Ruisseau 69134 ECULLY - FRANCE France Tél. : +33 (0)4 72 18 08 40 - Fax : +33 (0)4 72 18 08 41 www.adetelgroup.com _______________________________________________ Xenomai-core mailing list Xenomaiemail@example.com https://mail.gna.org/listinfo/xenomai-core