On Wed, Dec 23, 2009 at 2:12 AM, Stefan Schaal <ssch...@usc.edu> wrote:
> Analogy: analogy_ni_pcimio: ni_mio_common: interrupt: b_status=0002
> [15619.322973] Analogy: analogy_ni_pcimio: ni_ao_wait_for_dma_load: timed out
> waiting for dma load
This bug hapens randomly on a card to which I have a remote access.
The occurences were scarce, that is the reason why this bug is still
at the tail of my todo list.
On your board, I suppose it happens at every try. I will try to fix
this bug as soon as possible.
> On Dec 22, 2009, at 16:52, Alexis Berlemont wrote:
>> Stefan Schaal wrote:
>>> I have been trying to test the functionality of the analogy_ni_pcimio
>>> driver on a NI6259 board. I am using a linux kernel 188.8.131.52 with the
>>> xenomai-head (rc5). Doing an a4l_sync_write to an analog output channel
>>> works fine. Now I am trying to use the cmd structure for writing to the
>>> same analog output channel, as done in the cmd_write progam (whose source I
>>> found in <xenomai_root>/src/util/analogy/cmd_write.c .
>>> But I am getting the error as indicated below. Any idea why this happens?
>>> My own programming gets the same error.
>>> Thanks a lot!
>>> unix> /usr/xenomai/bin/cmd_write -v -d analogy0 -s 1 -c 0 -S 1
>>> cmd_write: device analogy0 opened (fd=0)
>>> cmd_write: basic descriptor retrieved
>>> subdevices count = 14
>>> read subdevice index = 0
>>> write subdevice index = 1
>>> cmd_write: complex descriptor retrieved
>>> cmd_write: channel 0
>>> ranges count = 3
>>> range's size = 16 (bits)
>>> cmd_write: scan size = 2
>>> cmd_write: size to write = 2
>>> cmd_write: command successfully sent
>>> cmd_write: triggering failed (ret=-32)
>> Is there any kernel error messages ? Could you give us the last few lines of
>> `dmesg` ?
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