RTEMS on tiny microcontroller
benoit.camus at leroy-autom.com
Mon Jun 22 07:25:15 UTC 2009
I read a lot of thing about memory usage on mailing list and have to say
i'm a bit in doubt about it.
Here is the available memory i have: 256ko Flash / 64ko RAM ( could be
512/128 but i'd really like to avoid it ).
The microcontroller i use is an arm: at91sam7x.
The question is what i need ?
Of course the kernel itself, ideally with the posix interface and the
Ethernet stack (the FreeBSD one).
I guess this last point is the worst. and i don't need all of the stack
just: TCP, UDP layers ( 2-3 connection for each ), Broadcast and
Multicast capability and that's it.
Considering all this needs, do you think it will fit in memory ? Is
there any options fine tune the system and drop down it size ?
A last question to help me doing some tests, where could i find a
ready-to-use arm-rtems compiler ?
Thanks in adavance.
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