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- Date: Wed, 08 Sep 1999 15:04:08 +0000
- From: charles.gauthier at iit.nrc.ca (Charles-Antoine Gauthier)
- Subject: Mips64Orion,p4650
There must be something wrong with your _Thread_Dispatch_disable_level
global variable. When I get to _Thread_Enable_Dispatch at the end of
rtems_region_create, my _Thread_Dispatch_disable_level is 2, not 1.
_Thread_Dispatch is not called at that point. The first time
_Thread_Dispatch is called is to dispatch the first initialization task.
> "Alexey S. Fadeyev" wrote:
> Hi all.
> * No threads should be created before this point!!!
> * At this point all API extensions are in place. After the call to
> * _Thread_Create_idle() _Thread_Executing will be set.
> * and _Thread_Heir are not set yet.
> But before this funtcion we call Thread_Dispatch from
> And Thread_Dispatch() use global pointers _Thread_Heir,
> which are not initialize yet. If we had physical memory starts from
> zero -
> everything is allright. But if it is not so - we recieve
> It's look like a bug,is't it?
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