Final Call for Review: Modular SuperCore Scheduler
gedare at gwmail.gwu.edu
Sat Nov 13 18:38:07 UTC 2010
I have just uploaded my changes that resolve the issues raised in the
initial code reviews. The discussion about these changes is logged in the
PR 1647 (linked in Joel's previous message).
Since this code is a major re-haul of the supercore thread manager /
scheduling subsystem, its performance on all platforms is a primary
concern. I have been able to test the code in the sis and psim simulators
with the tmtests. If anyone else can run these tests on the pre- and
post-patched RTEMS for other platforms and post/send results it would be
useful to flag any other possible issues related to processor architecture
On Fri, Nov 12, 2010 at 8:13 AM, Joel Sherrill <joel.sherrill at oarcorp.com>wrote:
> Gedare Bloom's Google Summer of Code project was
> to refactor the SuperCore to produce a Scheduler
> handler. This is a prerequisite on the way
> to supporting SMP and alternative schedulers
> like EDF (which he has implemented for RTEMS).
> He has continued to work with me to resolve the
> final issues and I think this code is ready
> to merge. If you want to review it before it is
> merged, please go to:
> If nothing turns up and the final performance numbers
> are OK, I expect to merge this code within the next week.
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