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Effect of xTaskResumeAll

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on February 2, 2007
There are 5 processes, 3 are currently on and 2 are in suspended mode.

If I call vTaskSuspendAll() from one of the 3(on) processes the current process will get all the scheduled time.

But when I call xTaskResumeAll() will all the 4 processes will resumed or only 2 which were suspended by vTaskSuspendAll() will be resumed.

RE: Effect of xTaskResumeAll

Posted by Richard on February 2, 2007
The two tasks that are in the Suspended state prior to calling vTaskSuspendAll() will remain in the Suspended state after xTaskResumeAll() is called.

The function name is a little misleading, which is why, as part of the code review, the functions vTaskSuspendAll() and xTaskResumeAll() were renamed vTaskSuspendScheduler() and xTaskResumeScheduler() respectively for the SafeRTOS code.


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