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RTEMS Network Software Support




I should have stated that the application starts up and runs find for a
short period of time (5 minutes to several hours) and then it stops due to
an unexpected error condition such as the error reading from the socket or
the address error.  I did check the file number for the socket and the
proper file number was passed to the recv().


On Thu, 9 Aug 2001, Alex Holeczy wrote:

>
> I am working on developing an RTEMS application running on an IDT RC32364
> MIPS processor on a hardware platform developed by the company I work for.
> I am using RTEMS 4.5.0 and building with a cross compiler based on gcc
> 2.8.1.  The application has both Ada and c functions.
>
> The application fails in a number of ways including recv() returning a
> "Bad file number" error.  The application also fails with TLB Address
> exception error trying to access an invalid memory region at address
> 0x00000000.
>
> I am investigating the following areas in the application but have not
> found the reason for the failure:
>
>   1) the network board support packet we developed,
>
>   2) the MIPS interrupt enable/disable functions in cpu_asm.S,
>
>   3) the MIPS caching functions,
>
>   4) the hardware design for a possible bug,
>
>   4) and the user application.
>
> I would like to know if there are any known issues in RTEMS 4.5.0 in
> either the networking support software or the MIPS processor software.
>
> Other application that do not use the networking support seem to run fine.
>
> TIA,
> Alex
>
>
>

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