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* score: Use PTHREAD_CANCELED for _Thread_Cancel()Sebastian Huber2022-07-281-5/+5
| | | | | | | | | | The rtems_task_delete() directive is basically just a combined pthread_cancel() and pthread_join(). In addition, it removes the PTHREAD_DETACHED state. The exit value returned by pthread_join() of threads cancelled by rtems_task_delete() should reflect this by getting a PTHREAD_CANCELED value instead of NULL which could be a normal exit value. Close #4680.
* score: Use priority inheritance for thread joinSebastian Huber2022-07-282-68/+59
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Threads may join the thread termination of another thread using the pthread_join() or rtems_task_delete() directives. The thread cancel operation used a special case priority boosting mechanism implemented by _Thread_Raise_real_priority(). The problem was that this approach * is not transitive, * does not account for priority adjustments of the calling task while waiting for the join, * does not support clustered scheduling, and * does not detect deadlocks. All these problems are fixed by using a priority inheritance thread queue for the join operation. Close #4679.
* score: Remove PRIORITY_PSEUDO_ISR thread prioritySebastian Huber2022-07-2616-69/+43
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | The uniprocessor schedulers had some special case logic for the PRIORITY_PSEUDO_ISR priority. Tasks with a priority of PRIORITY_PSEUDO_ISR were allowed to preempt a not preemptible task. If other higher priority task are made ready while a PRIORITY_PSEUDO_ISR task preempts a not preemptible task, then the other tasks run before the not preemptible task. This made the RTEMS_NO_PREEMPT mode ineffective. Remove the PRIORITY_PSEUDO_ISR special case logic. This simplifies the uniprocessor schedulers. Move the uniprocessor-specific scheduler support to the new header file <rtems/score/scheduleruniimpl.h>. Close #2365.
* score: Fix unlimited objects supportSebastian Huber2022-07-181-5/+7
| | | | | | | | Commit 21275b58a5a69c3c838082ffc8a7a3641f32ea9a ("score: Static Objects_Information initialization") introduced an off-by-one error in the maintenance of inactive objects. Close #4677.
* score: Fix _Objects_Active_count()Sebastian Huber2022-07-181-5/+13
| | | | | | | With unlimited objects the object maximum may be larger than the sum of active and inactive objects. Update #4677.
* score: Extend memory dirty/zero actionsSebastian Huber2022-07-153-2/+61
| | | | | | Dirty or zero also the part of the .noinit section used by RTEMS. Close #4678.
* score: Use RTEMS_SMP in _Thread_Create_idle()Sebastian Huber2022-07-071-1/+5
| | | | | | Conditional expressions with inline functions are not optimized away if optimization is disabled. Avoid such expressions to prevent dead branches.
* score: Conditional _Thread_Priority_replace()Sebastian Huber2022-07-071-0/+2
| | | | This function is only used in SMP configurations.
* score: Add _CPU_Use_thread_local_storage()Sebastian Huber2022-07-041-0/+5
| | | | | | | | | | | | At some point during system initialization, the idle threads are created. Afterwards, the boot processor basically executes within the context of an idle thread with thread dispatching disabled. On some architectures, the thread-local storage area of the associated thread must be set in dedicated processor registers. Add the new CPU port function to do this: void _CPU_Use_thread_local_storage( const Context_Control *context ) Close #4672.
* gcov: Add functions to dump the gcov informationSebastian Huber2022-07-043-0/+243
| | | | Update #4670.
* score: Make SMP only code explicitSebastian Huber2022-06-234-3/+31
| | | | | | | Conditional expressions with inline functions are not optimized away if optimization is disabled. Avoid such expressions to prevent dead branches. It helps also during code review to immediately see if a loop is used or not.
* kern_tc.c: Provide a weak hardpps() implementationSebastian Huber2022-06-231-0/+12
| | | | | | | The real implementation of hardpps() is defined in kern_ntptime.c. Use it only if the NTP support is needed by the application. Update #2349.
* score: Use right clock for threadq timeoutsSebastian Huber2022-06-231-2/+2
| | | | | | | | Use CLOCK_REALTIME and CLOCK_MONOTONIC for relative thread queue timeouts instead of CLOCK_REALTIME_COARSE and CLOCK_MONOTONIC_COARSE. This fixes an issue with clock_nanosleep() in combination with clock_gettime(). Close #4669.
* kern_tc.c: Update pps_event() for uniprocessor configurationsGabriel Moyano2022-06-101-0/+6
| | | | | | Since pps->capgen equal to zero is not a special value in uniprocessor configurations, there is no need to check for this condition. Update #2349
* score: Fix pps_fetch()Sebastian Huber2022-05-271-1/+2
| | | | | | Return early only if there was a timeout, otherwise return the PPS info. Update #2349.
* score: Reformat for code coverageSebastian Huber2022-05-231-2/+18
| | | | Close #2349.
* timepps.h: PPS_SYNC defined by defaultGabriel Moyano2022-05-231-10/+0
| | | | Update #2349.
* kern_ntptime.c: Add define in order to remove warningGabriel Moyano2022-05-231-0/+3
| | | | Update #2349.
* kern_tc.c: Enable PPS API supportGabriel Moyano2022-05-231-4/+0
| | | | Update #2349.
* kern_tc.c: Add definitions required by PPS APIGabriel Moyano2022-05-231-0/+6
| | | | Update #2349.
* score: Rename tc_getfrequency()Gabriel Moyano2022-05-231-1/+1
| | | | | | Rename tc_getfrequency() to _Timecounter_Get_frequency(). Update #2349.
* kern_tc.c: Replace FreeBSD event mechanism by adding pointers to functionGabriel Moyano2022-05-231-0/+41
| | | | Update #2349.
* kern_tc.c: Add atomic dependencies required by the PPS APIGabriel Moyano2022-05-231-0/+7
| | | | Update #2349.
* kern_ntptime.c: Add lmax() qmin() definitionsGabriel Moyano2022-05-231-0/+2
| | | | Update #2349.
* kern_ntptime.c: Disable freebsd featuresGabriel Moyano2022-05-231-1/+3
| | | | Update #2349.
* score: Add SPDX License IdentifierSebastian Huber2022-05-184-4/+12
| | | | | | Remove URL in copyright notice. Update #3053.
* score: Fix SMP priority affinity scheduler yieldSebastian Huber2022-05-131-0/+1
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* score: Add SMP priority affinity scheduler yieldTian Ye2022-05-121-0/+18
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* score/src: Add file headers and licensesRyan Long2022-05-043-0/+81
| | | | | These files had no header, copyright, or license. Based on git history, added appropriate copyright and license.
* heap: Fix heap statistics with protection enabledSebastian Huber2022-04-281-0/+9
| | | | Close #4644.
* Remove duplicate SPDX lines accidentally addedJoel Sherrill2022-04-084-8/+0
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* smp: Add fatal errorSebastian Huber2022-03-241-0/+5
| | | | | | | Add SMP-specifc SMP_FATAL_MULTITASKING_START_ON_NOT_ONLINE_PROCESSOR fatal error. This fatal error helps to diagnose a broken SMP startup sequence. Without this error a context switch using the NULL pointer for the thread control block happens which may be difficult to debug.
* score: Add _IO_Relax()Sebastian Huber2022-03-241-0/+53
| | | | | | | This function may be used to burn a couple of processor cycles with minimum impact on the system bus. It may be used in busy wait loops. Since it is a global function, it is possible to wrap it in device driver test code.
* cpukit/: Scripted embedded brains header file clean upJoel Sherrill2022-03-1044-264/+0
| | | | Updates #4625.
* SMP: Fix start multitasking for some targetsSebastian Huber2022-03-091-0/+3
| | | | | | | | | | | | | The previous SMP multitasking start assumed that the initial heir thread of a processor starts execution in _Thread_Handler(). The _Thread_Handler() sets the interrupt state explicitly by _ISR_Set_level() before it calls the thread entry. Under certain timing conditions, processors may perform an initial context switch to a thread which already executes its thread body (see smptests/smpstart01). In this case, interrupts are disabled after the context switch on targets which do not save/restore the interrupt state during a context switch (aarch64, arm, and riscv). Close #4627.
* score: Disable thread dispatching earlierSebastian Huber2022-03-082-6/+6
| | | | | | | Disable thread dispatching earlier on secondary processors. This ensures that fatal error and per-CPU job handlers are called with thread dispatching disabled. On the boot processor, the thread dispatching is already disabled by _Thread_Dispatch_initialization().
* mpci: Fix RTEMS_DEBUG supportSebastian Huber2022-03-081-1/+1
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* score/src/[t-z]*.c: Change license to BSD-2Joel Sherrill2022-02-2853-159/+1166
| | | | Updates #3053.
* score/src/[n-s]*.c: Change license to BSD-2Joel Sherrill2022-02-2896-288/+2120
| | | | Updates #3053.
* score/src/[a-m]*.c: Change license to BSD-2Joel Sherrill2022-02-2851-153/+1122
| | | | Updates #3053.
* score/src/schedulersimple*.c: Replace found in found in with found inJoel Sherrill2022-02-234-4/+4
| | | | Updates #3053.
* kern_ntptime.c: Port to RTEMSSebastian Huber2022-02-212-3/+141
| | | | | | Remove previous adjtime() implementation. Update #2348.
* kern_ntptime.c: Import from FreeBSDSebastian Huber2022-02-211-0/+1053
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | The file was imported from this repository: https://github.com/freebsd/freebsd.git This commit was used: commit 3ec0dc367bff27c345ad83240625b2057af391b9 Author: Sebastian Huber <sebastian.huber@embedded-brains.de> Date: Mon Feb 7 14:16:16 2022 -0700 kern_ntptime.c: Remove ntp_init() The ntp_init() function did set a couple of global objects to zero. These objects are in the .bss section and already initialized to zero during kernel or module loading. Update #2348.
* kern_tc: unify timecounter to bintime delta conversionAndriy Gapon2022-02-211-21/+21
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | There are two places where we convert from a timecounter delta to a bintime delta: tc_windup and bintime_off. Both functions use the same calculations when the timecounter delta is small. But for a large delta (greater than approximately an equivalent of 1 second) the calculations were different. Both functions use approximate calculations based on th_scale that avoid division. Both produce values slightly greater than a true value, calculated with division by tc_frequency, would be. tc_windup is slightly more accurate, so its result is closer to the true value and, thus, smaller than bintime_off result. As a consequence there can be a jump back in time when time hands are switched after a long period of time (a large delta). Just before the switch the time would be calculated with a large delta from th_offset_count in bintime_off. tc_windup does the switch using its own calculations of a new th_offset using the large delta. As explained earlier, the new th_offset may end up being less than the previously produced binuptime. So, for a period of time new binuptime values may be "back in time" comparing to values just before the switch. Such a jump must never happen. All the code assumes that the uptime is monotonically nondecreasing and some code works incorrectly when that assumption is broken. For example, we have observed sleepq_timeout() ignoring a timeout when the sbinuptime value obtained by the callout code was greater than the expiration value, but the sbinuptime obtained in sleepq_timeout() was less than it. In that case the target thread would never get woken up. The unified calculations should ensure the monotonic property of the uptime. The problem is quite rare as normally tc_windup should be called HZ times per second (typically 1000 or 100). But it may happen in VMs on very busy hypervisors where a VM's virtual CPU may not get an execution time slot for a second or more. Reviewed by: kib MFC after: 2 weeks Sponsored by: Panzura LLC
* timecounter: Initialize tc_lock earlierMark Johnston2022-02-211-1/+2
| | | | | | | | | | | | | Hyper-V wants to register its MSR-based timecounter during SI_SUB_HYPERVISOR, before SI_SUB_LOCK, since an emulated 8254 may not be available for DELAY(). So we cannot use MTX_SYSINIT to initialize the timecounter lock. PR: 259878 Reviewed by: kib MFC after: 3 days Sponsored by: The FreeBSD Foundation Differential Revision: https://reviews.freebsd.org/D33014
* score: Optimize Workspace Handler initializationSebastian Huber2021-11-301-81/+4
| | | | | | | | | | | | The BSPs provide memory for the workspace initialization via _Memory_Get(). Most BSPs provide exactly one memory area. Only two BSPs provide more than one memory area (arm/altera-cyclone-v and bsps/powerpc/mpc55xxevb). Only if more than one memory area is provided, there is a need to use _Heap_Extend(). Provide two implementations to initialize the workspace handler and let the BSP select one of the implementations based on the number of provided memory areas. This gets rid of a dependency on _Heap_Extend(). It also avoids dead code sections for most BSPs.
* score: Split wkspace.cSebastian Huber2021-11-303-15/+98
| | | | Splitting the file avoids unnecessary link-time dependencies.
* wkspace.c: Change license to BSD-2-ClauseSebastian Huber2021-11-301-5/+24
| | | | | | Change licence according to file history. Update #3053.
* score: Properly continue the thread during restartSebastian Huber2021-11-231-3/+3
| | | | | | | | | | The _Thread_queue_Extract() does not deal with potential priority updates and the SMP locking protocol handling. Use _Thread_queue_Continue(). For the POSIX signals processing this is currently probably unnecessary, however, the use case is similar to the restart so use the same appoach. Close #4546.
* score: _Thread_queue_Surrender_no_priority()Sebastian Huber2021-11-231-15/+1
| | | | | | | Simplify _Thread_queue_Surrender_no_priority() and use _Thread_queue_Resume(). Update #4546.