<div style="line-height:1.7;color:#000000;font-size:14px;font-family:Arial"><pre>At 2016-10-04 05:48:21, "Adam Lackorzynski" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>On Fri Sep 30, 2016 at 22:06:47 +0800, li94575 wrote:
>> At 2016-09-23 05:31:52, "Adam Lackorzynski" <email@example.com> wrote:
>> >On Thu Sep 22, 2016 at 22:32:28 +0800, li94575 wrote:
>> >> Hi, adam
>> >> >On Mon Sep 19, 2016 at 22:55:52 +0800, li94575 wrote:
>> >> >> I compiled the l4re-snapshot-2014092821 with the default modules.list, and everything seems goes
>> >> >> well. However, L4Linux would stop at "Calibrating delay loop ...", because the value of jiffies did not change.
>> >> >> Timer thread has not generate soft interrupt? If I entered jdb via ESC at this time, and quit via "g", then
>> >> >> l4linux can run again. It makes me confused so much.
>> >> >> Any help or suggestion will be very welcome.
>> >> >
>> >> >This behavior typically indicates that there's an issue with Fiasco's
>> >> >timer interrupt or with the user-level one in L4Linux.
>> >> >For a start you could add e.g. a printk(".\n") in timer_thread in
>> >> >arch/l4/kernel/timer.c to see if it really does something.
>> >> >Does 'hello' work?
>> >> >Although it's a bit of work you could also compare the code of your
>> >> >snapshot and a recent one if there's any significant change (i.e. fix)
>> >> >that might be relevant. Check arch/l4/kernel/timer.c
>> >> >and src/kern/arm/timer-arm-generic.cpp and
>> >> >src/kern/arm/generic_timer.cpp in the Fiasco kernel.
>> >> 'Hello' can work well, which prints "Hello World!" circularly. I add
>> >> printk(".\n") in timer_thread in arch/l4/kernel/timer.c, and found
>> >> timer_thread stop at l4_ipc_reply_and_wait(u, t, &l, to)
>> >> afterinitializing the variable ¡®increment¡¯.
>> >printk and any other Linux functionaliy cannot be used in this function
>> >because the timer_thread isn't run in a Linux context. It's run in an L4
>> >thread next to Linux. (Sorry for my mistake of writing printk above, I
>> >actually really meant to write LOG_printf.)
>> >> However, if I use
>> >> LOG_printf() for printing, the phenomenon is different, that
>> >> timer_thread trigers a soft interrupt once. I have checked
>> >> src/kern/arm/timer-arm-generic.cpp and src/kern/arm/generic_timer.cpp
>> >> in the Fiasco kernel, there is less likely to be a problem with them.
>> >So there's still a problem somewhere. Do you think you could try with a
>> >more recent L4Re version? I remember vaguely that I might have already
>> >seen this behavior but this would be long ago.
>> I have to admit that there may be a problem with the configuration of
>> the generic timer, but I donot know where the problem. Before this,
>> the generic timer can run well with fiasco.oc-r56+genode+l4linux3.9, I
>> do not make any changes and move the bsp codefor this newer fiasco
>> version.I replace generic timer with Aptimer, then l4linux can run
>> well. So, If I want to assign anAptimer for each CPU, is there any
>> ready-made case for reference?
>Do you have others timers for each CPU? Maybe better (as easier), use
>one timer and distribute the timer tick to other CPUs: There's a
>timer_tick-broadcast and it is used in 3 BSPs. Does this help?
Yes , that solved my problem. Thank you so much!</pre></div><br><br><span title="neteasefooter"><p> </p></span>