ARM interrupt handling

Jay Monkman jtm at
Thu Apr 25 18:26:16 UTC 2002

On Thu, Apr 25, 2002 at 12:50:37PM -0500, Joel Sherrill wrote:

> Does the time passage in sp01 look close to correct?


> My recommendation is to use a simulator like sparc/erc32
> or powerpc/psim and trace through a working one.  Then 
> compare the behavior.  It is really handy when trying to
> see what is happening in the same source base.

I'll try that. 

> Do all the other tests run?  It is always possible that
> sp04 was randomly broken in the snapshot you are running.
> That is why the simulator is so useful.  Besides you can
> download the gcc, binutils, and gdb w/sim as RPMs in 
> minutes and have some confidence.

The other tests do run, but I didn't verify all of the
output. I just checked to see if they finished, and if they
looked approximately correct. I just wanted a quick check.
I'll run them again later, and check the output thoroughly.

> Hmmm... are you running polled console IO?  That would explain
> some time skewing but not sp04.


Thanks for the help.

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