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idle task not number 0 in vTaskStartTrace

Posted by Chris on May 26, 2011
Does it make since for the idle task to not show up as number zero as stated on the FreeRTOS site? I create two tasks and then start the scheduler. When I do a task trace the results were very puzzling at first. I've confirmed the ordering by using vTaskList.

RE: idle task not number 0 in vTaskStartTrace

Posted by Richard on May 26, 2011
The idle task is the last task to be created (unless timers are also being used). I would therefore not expect it to every have a task number of 0.

Originally, in very old versions of FreeRTOS, the idle task was the first to be created. Then, it would be number 0. I suspect the web page you are referring to was correct at that time, but is no longer correct. I would be grateful if you could post the URL of the offending page so I can ensure it gets updated. Thanks.

Regards.

RE: idle task not number 0 in vTaskStartTrace

Posted by Chris on May 26, 2011
http://www.freertos.org/a00086.html

Just below the task chart.


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