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SubjectRe: RT exec for exercising RT kernel capabilities
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On Thu, 2006-06-08 at 15:12 -0400, Mark Hounschell wrote:
> ftp://ftp.compro.net/public/rt-exec/

The high res timers do not seem to be working. Using 2.6.17-rt3 and
glibc 2.3.6, I get the exact same (bad) results whether
CONFIG_HIGH_RES_TIMERS is enabled or not.

CONFIG_HIGH_RES_TIMERS=y, CONFIG_HIGH_RES_RESOLUTION=1000:

# Run 00:40:12:784 Posix-hrt 14:27:38 Work:200 CPU:14 Avg:14 Max:23 Pg:0
# DataPool:SHM Exec Heart Beat Rate:1000Hz Exec Revision:1.0.3-1
###############################################################################
# Task Sched Cpu Intr Late -Interrupt Latencies (usec)-
# Taskname Type Pr P Mask Cnt Cnt Spare Current Best Worst Determ
# exec hrt 5 F 2 2412784 0 871 2 1 18 17
# task1 dth 29 F 2 603196 0 3993 19 17 70 53
# task2 dth 28 F 2 603196 1 3993 19 17 128 111
# task3 sth 25 F 2 1206392 0 1993 18 14 40 26
# task4 sth 24 F 2 1206392 0 1993 18 13 37 24
# task5 sem 23 F 2 2412784 0 993 4 3 28 25
# task6 sem 22 F 2 1206392 0 1993 4 3 10 7
# task7 sig 19 F 2 1206392 0 1993 7 7 17 10
# task8 sig 18 F 2 1206392 0 1993 8 6 18 12
# task9 hrt 17 R 2 1017659 0 1993 763 712 2185 1473
# task10 hrt 17 R 2 1017798 0 1993 771 717 13879 13162
# task11 hrn 14 R 2 1586789 0 993 1060 690 15817 15127
# task12 hrn 14 R 2 1586620 0 993 1024 689 15743 15054
# task13 hru 11 R 2 1557359 0 993 1053 689 2972 2283
# task14 hru 11 R 2 1561189 0 993 1018 690 3010 2320
# task15 bth 7 R 2 2412784 0 994 29 13 55 42
# task16 bth 7 R 2 2412784 0 993 14 13 56 43

CONFIG_HIGH_RES_TIMERS=n:

# Run 00:03:59:384 Posix-hrt 18:24:45 Work:200 CPU:14 Avg:14 Max:19 Pg:0
# DataPool:SHM Exec Heart Beat Rate:1000Hz Exec Revision:1.0.3-1
###############################################################################
# Task Sched Cpu Intr Late -Interrupt Latencies (usec)-
# Taskname Type Pr P Mask Cnt Cnt Spare Current Best Worst Determ
# exec hrt 5 F 2 239384 0 870 1 1 13 12
# task1 dth 29 F 2 59847 0 3993 19 17 39 22
# task2 dth 28 F 2 59846 0 3993 19 17 39 22
# task3 sth 25 F 2 119693 0 1993 18 17 37 20
# task4 sth 24 F 2 119692 0 1993 19 14 41 27
# task5 sem 23 F 2 239385 0 993 5 4 26 22
# task6 sem 22 F 2 119693 0 1993 5 4 9 5
# task7 sig 19 F 2 119693 0 1993 8 7 15 8
# task8 sig 18 F 2 119692 0 1993 8 6 15 9
# task9 hrt 17 R 2 104060 0 1992 1108 724 11439 10715
# task10 hrt 17 R 2 104057 0 1993 1102 726 12923 12197
# task11 hrn 14 R 2 161028 0 994 1056 705 13001 12296
# task12 hrn 14 R 2 160951 0 993 1019 704 12456 11752
# task13 hru 11 R 2 158334 0 993 1054 744 3109 2365
# task14 hru 11 R 2 158729 0 993 1020 709 3066 2357
# task15 bth 7 R 2 239385 0 993 29 13 54 41
# task16 bth 7 R 2 239385 0 993 15 13 55 42

Any idea what could be wrong?

Lee

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