[PATCH 00/10] Raspberry Pi 2 (BCM2836) SMP support

Chris Johns chrisj at rtems.org
Sun Sep 11 06:53:09 UTC 2016

On 09/09/2016 17:47, Sebastian Huber wrote:
> On 09/09/16 09:43, Pavel Pisa wrote:
>> Hello Chris and others,
>> On Friday 09 of September 2016 02:06:19 Chris Johns wrote:
>>> >On 09/09/2016 07:46, Pavel Pisa wrote:
>>>> > >I have provided simple bsp_reset() for Raspberry Pi and pushed it
>>>> into
>>>> > >master.
>>> >
>>> >Thank you. Is the reset on exit on by default? I rebuilt without a BSP
>>> >opt and the Rpi2 did not reset. I see a reference to
>>> >BSP_RESET_BOARD_AT_EXIT but I do not know what the default is.
>>> >
>>> >I think*all*  RTEMS BSPs should reset on exit and shut-down by default.
>>> >It is the normal production setting for most systems.
>> Mainly for others, the BSP default cleanup operations
>> selection mechanism is defined in
>>    rtems/c/src/aclocal/bsp-bspcleanup-options.m4
>> dnl USAGE:
>> dnl    RTEMS_BSP_CLEANUP_OPTIONS([0|1], [0|1], [0|1])
>> dnl WHERE:
>> dnl    argument 1 indicates the default value for BSP_PRESS_KEY_FOR_RESET
>> dnl    argument 2 indicates the default value for BSP_RESET_BOARD_AT_EXIT
>> dnl    argument 3 indicates the default value for
> Maybe it makes sense to remove the ability to change the default, so
> what all BSPs have the same defaults. You can change the behaviour via
> the configure command line if needed.

Yes I think this is the way we should head. Any BSP which does not reset 
and start again by default needs to be changed making the default state 
for a BSP production ready. This statement covers this configure option 
plus it covers things like pressing a key which the PC BSP has on by 
default and should be defaulted to off.


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