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ARM7. Stack Size for Sys and User mode

Posted by Piero B on June 25, 2008
Hi all. Hi Richard

I have a doubt.
FREERTOS start in supervisor mode (port on ARM7 core), and when scheduler starts, change in sys mode. But after this, i have idle task and application tasks, which have their stack area in freertos heap memory. So, i can choose for CSTACK (user mode) (in startup file) a very low size? (i suppose that this memory area will never be used)??

Thanks,
Piero

RE: ARM7. Stack Size for Sys and User mode

Posted by Ricky on June 25, 2008
Hi, Piero!

CSTACK isn't used so you don't even have to define it in your linker definition file. I've completely eliminated it in mine.

I'm using an STR750 (ARM7 core) with the IAR v4 compiler.

-Ricky


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