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Maximum number of tasks in freertos

Posted by ponnus on June 11, 2011
Am using freertos v7.0.1 and using pic32 starter kit II with mplabc32 compiler. may i know how many tasks can be run in freertos?

RE: Maximum number of tasks in freertos

Posted by Richard on June 11, 2011
http://www.freertos.org/a00110.html (see configMAX_PRIORITIES)


RE: Maximum number of tasks in freertos

Posted by ponnus on June 14, 2011
I checked the links and found that
" No software restriction on the number of tasks that can be created". Also, "Any number of tasks can share the same priority.
Each available priority consumes RAM within the kernel".
So, is it depends on the level of priority? If so, how much memory a task can handle?
Also, the memory gauge in demo project shows that it uses almost 90% of the ram, even though i commented all the tasks except one? May i know about this?

RE: Maximum number of tasks in freertos

Posted by Richard on June 14, 2011


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