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What is happening, When queue is overflow?

Posted by Nakorn Threesinghawong on November 20, 2009
Dear all
I port FreeRtos on PIC24F128GA010. I create one Queue on Interrupt INT1 and recive on Other task. What is happening, if my task can not quick respond queue from interrupt?

RE: What is happening, When queue is overflow?

Posted by Dave on November 20, 2009
If the queue is full then sending to the queue will simply fail and an error message will be returned. Make sure there is enough space in your queue or that the task that reads from the queue gets enough processing time to ensure the queue is never full.

RE: What is happening, When queue is overflow?

Posted by Nakorn Threesinghawong on November 24, 2009
regarding queue is full problem, it can be make the mcu which is occured the reset or hank or not? Thank you

RE: What is happening, When queue is overflow?

Posted by Dave on November 24, 2009
I don't understand your point here, but my previous answer still holds.

RE: What is happening, When queue is overflow?

Posted by Nakorn Threesinghawong on November 24, 2009
Thank you.


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