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Question asked by gillette1974 on Jan 19, 2012
Latest reply on Feb 20, 2012 by CraigG

I'm using VDK kernel to develop a quite complex RealTime application .

Recently I added USB OTG driver to be able save some files on a USB key.

The first tests was very bad: Looks like OTG driver stall the kernel..and opening adi_usb_hdrc.c i realized that's is true.

The driver is full of WaitMilliSec() func called at interrupt level and so the kernel doesn't run.

The main problem is that EpZeroOTGRequestINTokens() func call a WaitMilliSec() func every time *pUSB_INDEX is modified, but there is not any comment related to these delay and the HW documentation doesn't mention any issue or anomalies related to that register.

I don't know how and if is it possible reduce or cancel that delay.


I think that a driver like that is quite unusable on a real time kernel like VDK.

Does anyone had a problem like mine?

Does anyone had any suggestion to improve driver latency?