Changeset e2c8e2c in rtems


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Timestamp:
Jul 1, 1999, 11:05:07 PM (21 years ago)
Author:
Joel Sherrill <joel.sherrill@…>
Branches:
4.10, 4.11, 4.8, 4.9, master
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68f54e1
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  • doc/posix_users/sched.t

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    1717@itemize @bullet
    18 @item @code{sched_get_priority_min} -
    19 @item @code{sched_get_priority_max} -
    20 @item @code{sched_rr_get_interval} -
    21 @item @code{sched_yield} -
     18@item @code{sched_get_priority_min} - Get Minimum Priority Value
     19@item @code{sched_get_priority_max} - Get Maximum Priority Value
     20@item @code{sched_rr_get_interval} - Get Timeslicing Quantum
     21@item @code{sched_yield} - Yield the Processor
    2222@end itemize
    2323
     
    2727
    2828In the RTEMS implementation of the POSIX API, the priorities range from
    29 the low priority of sched_get_priority_min() to the highest priority of
    30 sched_get_priority_max().  Numerically higher values represent higher
     29the low priority of @code{sched_get_priority_min()} to the highest priority of
     30@code{sched_get_priority_max()}.  Numerically higher values represent higher
    3131priorities.
    3232
     
    7171
    7272@page
    73 @subsection sched_get_priority_min
     73@subsection sched_get_priority_min - Get Minimum Priority Value
    7474
    7575@subheading CALLING SEQUENCE:
     
    9595@subheading DESCRIPTION:
    9696
     97This routine return the minimum (numerically and logically lowest) priority
     98for the specified @code{policy}.
     99
    97100@subheading NOTES:
    98101
     102NONE
     103
    99104@page
    100 @subsection sched_get_priority_max
     105@subsection sched_get_priority_max - Get Maximum Priority Value
    101106
    102107@subheading CALLING SEQUENCE:
     
    122127@subheading DESCRIPTION:
    123128
     129This routine return the maximum (numerically and logically highest) priority
     130for the specified @code{policy}.
     131
    124132@subheading NOTES:
    125133
     134NONE
     135
    126136@page
    127 @subsection sched_rr_get_interval
     137@subsection sched_rr_get_interval - Get Timeslicing Quantum
    128138
    129139@subheading CALLING SEQUENCE:
     
    153163@subheading DESCRIPTION:
    154164
     165This routine returns the length of the timeslice quantum in the
     166@code{interval} parameter for the specified @code{pid}.
     167
    155168@subheading NOTES:
    156169
     170The @code{pid} argument should be 0 to indicate the calling process.
     171
    157172@page
    158 @subsection sched_yield
     173@subsection sched_yield - Yield the Processor
    159174
    160175@subheading CALLING SEQUENCE:
     
    172187@subheading DESCRIPTION:
    173188
     189This call forces the calling thread to yield the processor to another
     190thread.  Normally this is used to implement voluntary round-robin
     191task scheduling.
     192
    174193@subheading NOTES:
    175194
     195NONE
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