RPCEmu on Genode
christian.helmuth at genode-labs.com
Wed Oct 21 09:34:29 CEST 2020
On Tue, Oct 20, 2020 at 22:19:28 CEST, Michael Grunditz wrote:
> A little question about clocks and timers:
> My timer irq is running every 200000ns. In qemu it works perfectly
> well, but on real hardware it runs ok for 3-4s than pause for some
> time and back again. If this was just on my quite fast PC , then ok.
> But the same problem can also be seen on my not so fast laptop. The
> laptop is around the speed of Qemu kvm on the big pc.
This behavior is strange and unexpected. Could you isolate the issue
in a small test program and run script?
Also, you may investigate yourself by running the "top" tool in your
scenario and see if any component is seizing the CPU while iot should
be blocked. Please have a look at  for an example integration.
> I am using libc clocking to measure time. Should I use a Genode native
> function instead?
The libc functions should be fine as long as the main thread does not
spin for long periods. The implementation of I/O handling (including
timing) in the libc depends on the responsiveness of the main
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