thanks for the response but all that i want to know is a general answer:
what does the periodic timer do respect oneshot timer ? ( i understand that
xenomai scheduler can't stop realtime task in execution ).
I think that periodic timer has the chance to run other task with the same
priority even if the task is working ( for example a sum like this a = a + 1
+ sin( a );)
Thanks a lot
2008/1/28, Gilles Chanteperdrix <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> axel axel wrote:
> > Hi,
> > after the previouses answers about not sleeping tasks ( mailing list
> > "task scheduling e priority"* *) i ask you how to reschedule a not
> > task.
> When you want to reply to a previous mail, just hit the "reply" button,
> that is what it is made for, and it makes discussions much easier to
> follow for anyone reading the list.
> > I explain better:
> > if my xenomai primary task work for example for 7 seconds without sleep
> > other task and linux don't work.
> > How can i run the task for a estabilished time ( for example 10 ms ) and
> > start schedule for other task without insert in the task sleep or other
> > instruction ?
> We do not know exactly what is doing the task which runs all the time,
> so it is hard to give you a precise answer. Thus I will give you a very
> general answer: redesign your application so that it is event-driven.
> Gilles Chanteperdrix.
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