lockup in delta chain using signal timers
jakob.viketoft at aacmicrotec.com
Thu Feb 18 07:26:18 UTC 2016
From: Sebastian Huber [sebastian.huber at embedded-brains.de]
Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2016 10:47
To: Jakob Viketoft; Martin Werner; users at rtems.org
Cc: David Hennerström
Subject: Re: lockup in delta chain using signal timers
>On 17/02/16 10:36, Jakob Viketoft wrote:
>> Hello Sebastian,
>> I'll just pop in here a bit.
>>> >From: Sebastian Huber [sebastian.huber at embedded-brains.de]
>>> >Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2016 09:30
>>> >To: Martin Werner;users at rtems.org
>>> >Cc: David Hennerström; Jakob Viketoft
>>> >Subject: Re: lockup in delta chain using signal timers
>>> >Hello Martin,
>>> >which RTEMS version do you use (Git commit)?
>> We started our port on commit 74f5eaffb920390a7a33da6f7ed4a9fa96ccc286 and have waited to move with RTEMS as we were getting the BSP et al a bit more stable. There were a number of bugs in the original openrisc implementation which we have dealt with as well (patches are on their way). We were also hoping to wait for 4.11 to do the move, but I'm updating now to see how this performs with latest on the 4.11 branch.
>There are several known bugs in this version related to signals. Please
>update to the latest 4.11 branch and master.
Now I've done just that it seem to be doing just fine now. Sorry for the noise, we had some initial reports that bumping up was bringing a truckload of other issues, but when I looked at it we only had to change the clock driver slightly. The earlier reports must have been caught up in some other of the openrisc bugs we've corrected on the way.
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