VxWorks 7: Real-Time Processes

How to create user space applications, and methods for working with them.

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About this course

A real-time process (RTP) is a way to execute VxWorks applications in user space.  This set of topics will allow you distinguish between tasks and RTPs, use the protected memory model, the system call mechanism, and use shared libraries between RTPs.  It will also show you how to configure the kernel to use RTPs, how to build, load, and run them, and how to debug RTPs.

Product: VxWorks 7
Based on: SR540
Applicable for: All VxWorks 7

Curriculum1 hr 31 min

  • Preview
    Introduction 0 hr 5 min
  • MMU and Memory Allocation 0 hr 7 min
  • RTP Components 0 hr 3 min
  • RTP Execution 0 hr 8 min
  • RTP Debugging from the Shell 0 hr 6 min
  • RTP Debugging with Workbench 0 hr 3 min
  • Shared Data 0 hr 6 min
  • Shared Libraries 0 hr 5 min
  • Public and Private Objects 0 hr 6 min
  • Quiz: Real-Time Processes
  • Lab: Working with Real-time Processes 0 hr 30 min
  • Lab Solution: Working with Real-time Processes 0 hr 8 min
  • Ask an Expert

About this course

A real-time process (RTP) is a way to execute VxWorks applications in user space.  This set of topics will allow you distinguish between tasks and RTPs, use the protected memory model, the system call mechanism, and use shared libraries between RTPs.  It will also show you how to configure the kernel to use RTPs, how to build, load, and run them, and how to debug RTPs.

Product: VxWorks 7
Based on: SR540
Applicable for: All VxWorks 7

Curriculum1 hr 31 min

  • Preview
    Introduction 0 hr 5 min
  • MMU and Memory Allocation 0 hr 7 min
  • RTP Components 0 hr 3 min
  • RTP Execution 0 hr 8 min
  • RTP Debugging from the Shell 0 hr 6 min
  • RTP Debugging with Workbench 0 hr 3 min
  • Shared Data 0 hr 6 min
  • Shared Libraries 0 hr 5 min
  • Public and Private Objects 0 hr 6 min
  • Quiz: Real-Time Processes
  • Lab: Working with Real-time Processes 0 hr 30 min
  • Lab Solution: Working with Real-time Processes 0 hr 8 min
  • Ask an Expert