_Internal_error_Occurred() in _Thread_Handler()

Sebastian Huber sebastian.huber at embedded-brains.de
Wed Apr 3 07:15:09 UTC 2013

On 04/02/2013 05:31 PM, Matthew J Fletcher wrote:
> Hi,
> Ok, so i enclosed the child thread call to rtems_task_wait_after() in a never
> ending for loop expecting no error to be thrown (as the thread never returns)
> and i still end up in _Internal_error_Occured from _Thread_Handler.

If you provide a self-contained test case, then I can test it.

> This is all in 4.10.2. I've run the following several times now, same result, i
> dont see how the rtems_task_wake_after() is breaking out of the for(;;) to
> return. But looking at the executing->Start->entry_point in _Thread_Handler
> test_wake_after() was the last task run.

In which context do you look at executing->Start->entry_point?

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