information about resources of actual application

Fernando RUIZ CASAS correo at
Mon Sep 24 17:11:10 UTC 2001

Before including the "confdefs.h" file you can choose in your main
application file
(where Init() is placed) how many resources you need.

You can see many test examples in the rtems tree and there you can see the
way to implement this.

It's your application who defines how many timers, semaphores needs it.

The simple test main hello world hasn't resources wasted.

Browse the test files like better solution after read 'C' users guide (A PDF

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> -----Mensaje original-----
> De: Jan.Suchotzki at [mailto:Jan.Suchotzki at]
> Enviado el: lunes, 24 de septiembre de 2001 18:30
> Para: rtems-users at
> Asunto: information about resources of actual application
> Hi,
> is it possible to get information about the needed resources of an
> application?
> Some words about the background of this question:
> We have different objects for rtems. But we didn´t know how many
> semaphores, timers, memory etc. all this objects need. Because the
> resources
> are limited, we want to know which and how many resources are needed
> by every object.
> I think one possibility is to start an application which calls this object
> and gather all information,
> while it is executed.
> Many thanks
> Jan Suchotzki

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