On 2018-04-11 10:17, 杨壮 wrote:
> I am trying to measure software integrity in the Xenomai dual-core system to 
> ensure software security. 
> Therefore, I want to have a deep understanding of the Xenomai and I-pipe 
> source code, and then I can insert my code to measure the integrity of the 
> software. 
> However, I found that the functions in the I-pipe patch do not have 
> corresponding comments. 
> This makes it difficult for me to understand the function call flow, and I 
> cannot understand the details of the I-pipe task scheduling. 
> I have tried to use the I-pipe tracer to debug the kernel source but it was 
> not successful. 
> So how do I solve my problem, what good advice do you have?

I suspect your problem starts much earlier: Do you have dual-core
hardware that is ensuring hardware safety? Before that, it's only an
academic exercise to look at the software from a safety point of view.

Jan
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Siemens AG, Corporate Technology, CT RDA IOT SES-DE
Corporate Competence Center Embedded Linux

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