Réf : Re: RTEMS Workspace Initialization

leonard.bise at syderal.ch leonard.bise at syderal.ch
Wed Sep 7 07:57:26 UTC 2011

Thanks for the answer,

I forgot to mention that we are using an ancient version of RTEMS (4.6), I 
can't seem to find any bsp_get_work_area function, is it named differently 
in this old release?

Sebastian Huber <sebastian.huber at embedded-brains.de> 
Envoyé par : rtems-users-bounces at rtems.org
07.09.2011 08:55

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Re: RTEMS Workspace Initialization

On 09/07/2011 08:17 AM, leonard.bise at syderal.ch wrote:
> Hello all,
> I've been wondering how the initialization of the RTEMS workspace works? 
> kind of memory range does it initialize, is there any way to parameter 
it to
> not initialize everything?
> I tried checking the wiki but didn't find much info about this 

Please have a look at the boot_card() function and bsp_get_work_area().

> Basically I have a boot software that performs stuff and then launches 
> application and I'd like to retain some data written by the boot in the 
> RAM RTEMS uses.

You probably have to manage this in the linker command file or the program 

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