First of all, as an embedded developer, I want thank FreeRTOS to make my life easier.
I am using FreeRTOS V8.1.2 on custom board using STM32L151 uC. My applications run smooth most of the time. however, sometimes within 1 minute after power ON or sometimes after few hours, freeRTOS calls configASSERT function and execution get stopped (as I have written configASSERT function to stop execution).
In configASSERT function, debugger shows error is in "tasks.c" file and line number which cause error is "2160".
After some debugging, I found that uxNumberOfItems of pxReadyTasksLists[ uxTopPriority ] becomes "0" due to that configASSERT been called.
I am using configUSEPORTOPTIMISEDTASKSELECTION. However, I have tried with disabling "port optimized task selection" with no luck.
I have provided more than sufficient stack to every tasks and set every interrupt priority to configLIBRARYLOWESTINTERRUPT_PRIORITY. Yes, I am using "FromISR" functions from ISR.
I have also called "NVICPriorityGroupConfig(NVICPriorityGroup_4);" in main after system initialization.
I have tried hard to solve this issue but till data not find any solution.
I am requesting you all to help me to get rid on this issue.
Thanks in Advance.
It sounds like you are doing all the right things. Do you also have stack overflow and malloc failed hook functions defined? (http://www.freertos.org/a00016.html).
Is it possible you are experiencing a simple data corruption somewhere, for example, writing off the end of a buffer, or using a pointer that has become corrupt?
We have had an idea for a while to add some [optional] 'check values' into the code that place known values at the start and end of structures to make it easier to see if a structure has simply been over written by something that should not have done.
Thanks for quick response.
Yes, both stack overflow and malloc failed hook functions defined. I am not getting any call of both function. So that should not be a issue.
BTW, I like your idea about 'check values'. I will implement it in my code.
However, if you find any other solution, please post it to me.
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