Event Recorder Configuration provides several parameters to configure RTX for . the application software can use all the instructions and has access to all. This manual describes the CMSIS-RTOS API Version 1 and the reference implementation CMSIS-RTOS RTX which is designed for Cortex-M processor- based. CMSIS-RTOS RTX is a royalty-free, deterministic real-time operating system implementing the CMSIS-RTOS API, a generic RTOS interface for Cortex-M.
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Products Download Events Support Videos. Threads have a priority allowing faster execution of time-critical parts of a user application.
RL-ARM User’s Guide (MDK v4): Configuring RL-RTX
Use it if your product requires certification. For example one can customize the used tick frequency to us by overwriting the configuration using. Consecutive runs of the application with object memory usage counters enabled, help to introduce object specific memory pools for each object type. Initialize Event Recorder during the osKernelInitialize and optionally start event recording. Applies to user threads with system provided memory for control blocks. The configuration options are explained in detail in the following sections: Both functions can simply be overwritten with a customized manuxl by redefining nanual as part of the user code.
May be set to 0 when timers are not used.
Defines maximum number of user threads that can be active at the same time. RTX5 initializes thread stack with a watermark pattern 0xCC when a thread is created. RTX manages the switching between the activities. This needs to be set to a non-zero value if the Idle Thread need to call secure functions. RTX5 provides several parameters to configure the Timer Management functions. Round-robin allows quasi-parallel execution of several threads of the same priority. See Object-specific Memory Pools.
Enabling this option significantly increases the execution time of osThreadNew depends on thread stack size.
RTX5 provides several parameters to configure the Event Flags functions. In privileged processor mode, the application software can use all the instructions and has access to all resources. Because the time slice is typically short only a few millisecondsit appears as though threads execute simultaneously.
Products Download Events Support Videos. Modern microcontroller applications frequently have to serve several concurrent activities.
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Global Event Filter Setup. Easy to Use – Reduced learning curve, faster product development.
Enable the event generation for specific RTX component groups. It is typically used during development but removed from the final application. RTX5 provides several parameters to configure the Memory Pool functions.
Threads are not really executed concurrently, but are scheduled where the available CPU time is divided into time slices and RTX5 assigns a time slice to each thread.
Deterministic Behavior – Known behavior for time critical tasks.
CMSIS-RTOS user manual
Overview Provides an overview about the RL-RTX basic functions, inter-process communication and technical specifications. The numbers have the following priority correlation: