[ECOS] Linux Synthetic target device support!
Mohammed Illyas Mansoor
Mon Jan 3 05:59:00 GMT 2000
Jesper Skov wrote:
> >>>>> "Mohammed" == Mohammed Illyas Mansoor <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Mohammed> Ok I found ser_filter.cpp it was in
> Mohammed> <base>/tools/src/eCosTest dir made ser_filter and tested
> Mohammed> serial3-5.
> Mohammed> serial3 is passing only if BINARY data is within 120
> Mohammed> range ser_filter is timing out if data is more than 120.
> Mohammed> <cut> [f] 0000 40 42 49 4e 41 52 59 3a '@BINARY:' [f] 0008
> Mohammed> 31 32 38 3a 31 21 .. .. '128:1!' [f] Dispatching command
> Mohammed> BINARY. [f] **** Timed out while reading -- resuming as
> Mohammed> null filter [f] Data received 127 bytes (of 1) from target:
> Mohammed> </cut>
> Interesting. It may be because there's a buffer overflow, or a problem
> with performance. Sorry, I've forgotten what hardware you are using -
> but try to force the test to run at 9600 baud to see if it makes a
> difference (see serial4.c for similar hacks for AEB).
I figured out the problem, I had allocated BUFSIZE for cbuf as 128,
I increased it to 2048 it started working, yes it was actually a buffer
Now serial3 test is also passing.
Thanks Jesper for your suggestions :-).
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