Problem with rtems directive

Joel Sherrill joel at
Tue May 22 22:15:07 UTC 2001

Soumyadeb Mitra wrote:

> hello,
>> Actually interrupts will be set to a different level as part of the
>> context switch.  So
>> when you get to the idle task, they are reenabled.  You probably do not have
>> the interrupt handler installed.  As soon as the context switch restores
>> the eflags
>> of the idle task, BAM the interrupt occurs with no handler.
> I have the interrupt handler installed,properly.
> 	I have a feeling that the rtems_task_suspend directive doesn't
> work properly(generates an exception) if there is a pending
> interrupt.

I somehow doubt it since nearly all the time with a new BSP you take an 
as part of switching to the first task. :)

Does the exception handler indicate the source of the exception?

> Regards
> Soumyadeb

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