How to reduce the RTEMS BSP build time
amarnath.mb at mistralsolutions.com
Mon Dec 10 11:19:02 UTC 2018
As I stated in my earlier mail, I'm trying to move my development to master
I have made following changes in the RTEMS git clone,
1. Created a new folder <target> for my target inside /bsps/arm/
2. Added .inc and .cfg files for the target inside
/bsps/arm/<target>/config (Modified copy of lpc32xx)
3. Added linkcmds.<target> file inside /bsps/arm/<target>/start
(Modified copy of lpc32xx)
4. Created a new folder <target> inside /c/src/lib/libbsp/arm/
5. Added configure.ac and Makefile.am inside
/c/src/lib/libbsp/arm/<target>/ (Modified copy of lpc32xx)
make command after bootstrapping gave me following error,
checking for RTEMS_BSP... mytarget
checking for perl... /usr/bin/perl
configure: error: Invalid BSP
Makefile:731: recipe for target 'mytarget' failed
gmake: *** [mytarget] Error 1
gmake: Leaving directory
Makefile:289: recipe for target 'all-recursive' failed
gmake: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
gmake: Leaving directory
Makefile:410: recipe for target 'all-recursive' failed
make: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
Am I doing something wrong here or missing some additional steps?
*Thank you & Regards,*
On Mon, Dec 10, 2018 at 2:34 PM Amarnath MB <
amarnath.mb at mistralsolutions.com> wrote:
> Hi Jeol,
> I was doing bootstrap in the top of the tree, Thanks for your tip.
> As per Sebastian Huber suggested I'm moving my development to master
> In RTEMS 5, after adding some changes in the start.S file if I give
> successive make as 'make RTEMS_BSP=lpc32xx_mzx',
> the changes are getting reflected in the hello.exe sample. I don't need to
> give a clean before each make.
> I have one more doubt, is there a way to build only specific samples from
> *Thank you & Regards,*
> *Amarnath MB*
> On Fri, Dec 7, 2018 at 6:44 PM Joel Sherrill <joel at rtems.org> wrote:
>> On Fri, Dec 7, 2018, 12:36 AM Amarnath MB <
>> amarnath.mb at mistralsolutions.com wrote:
>>> I am a noob to RTEMS. Currently working on developing an RTEMS 4.11 BSP for
>>> a new SOC based on ARM926EJS.
>>> I have taken lpc32xx_mzx as the reference BSP and I was able to
>>> successfully build the BSP in Ubuntu 16.04 using the steps in
>>> RTEMS user manual.
>>> Below is the time taken for completing each step in BSP building:
>>> 1. bootstrapping takes 20 mins,
>>> 2. configuring takes 3 mins
>>> 3. make takes 18 mins
>>> 4. install takes 4 mins
>> You are developing a bsp so you may be able to take some shortcuts.
>> First only build the samples. There is no point in build 500+ tests until
>> you pass hello, ticker, etc.
>> If you change a BSP Makefile.am or configure.ac, bootstrap from that
>> directory not the top of the tree.
>> Configure with --enable- maintainer-mode which accounts for dependencies
>> from changing configure or Makefiles.
>> If you are on a VM, give it more cores and use the option to limit the VM
>> from using 100% of the CPU time. The base OS will need some cycles but not
>> half the cores worth while you are using the VM.
>> Give the VM at least 2GB if you have enough RAM to do that. 4 if you have
>> 8GB or more.
>>> When I give a make after adding some changes in the start.S file, the
>>> changes are not reflected in the hello.exe sample.
>>> I need to give a clean and then a make to have the changes reflect in
>>> the hello.exe, as a result, each make takes 18 mins
>>> which is very huge compared to other builds like u-boot.
>> From the build tree:
>> find . -name *.exe | xargs -e rm
>> Redirecting make to a log file helps and -j helps
>> I think this bug if fixed on the master
>>> Is there a way that I can reduce this build time?
>>> Thanks in advance for all your support.
>>> *Thank you & Regards,*
>>> *Amarnath M B *
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