How to build SMP RTEMS?

Oyake, Amalaye (398F) amalaye.oyake at
Tue Dec 15 22:08:56 UTC 2015

Hello Dwaine,

I think you could look at the Zynq on a Xilinx board. There may be some
MIPS systems or x86 SBCs.

Which brings up a point that we may want to have a hardware list
(alphabetical + maybe there is one) on the Wiki, with a table of whether
RTEMS has run on it.

* Amalaye Oyake                                       *
* Instrument Product Software Development Group  */\  *
* Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena            *||  *
* CA 91109                                       /||\ *

On 12/15/15, 1:58 PM, "users on behalf of Molock, Dwaine S. (GSFC-5820)"
<users-bounces at on behalf of dwaine.s.molock at> wrote:

>Is there a list of BSPs and targets that support SMP in RTEMS?
>I'm looking for other multi-core systems other than sparc to possibly buy.
>On Dec 15, 2015, at 11:52 AM, Gedare Bloom <gedare at> wrote:
>>On Tue, Dec 15, 2015 at 2:10 AM, Sebastian Huber
>><sebastian.huber at> wrote:
>>>On 14/12/15 18:22, Molock, Dwaine S. (GSFC-5820) wrote:
>>>>On Dec 12, 2015, at 3:40 PM, Sebastian Huber
>>>><sebastian.huber at>
>>>>  wrote:
>>>>>----- Am 12. Dez 2015 um 20:04 schrieb Molock, Dwaine S. (GSFC-5820)
>>>>>dwaine.s.molock at
>>>>>>I'm looking for documentation on how to build the SMP version of
>>>>>Use --enable-smp for your configure command line.  We have an SMP
>>>>>in the user manual.  Unfortunately, the automatic documentation
>>>>>doesn't work currently, so better build the docs from the sources.
>>>>Where can I find instructions on how to manually build the
>>>>from source code?
>>>It seems that this is nowhere documented. I use this
>>>cd doc
>>>mkdir b-doc
>>>cd b-doc
>>>../configure --enable-maintainer-mode
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