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VDK: my own KernelPanic code, how to?

Question asked by George_R on Sep 18, 2013
Latest reply on Sep 19, 2013 by CraigG

The document 82-000420-07 "VDK (Kernel) User's guide" says that I can specify my own code dealing with KernelPanic condition, however the text isn't any helpful regarding how do I do it exactly.


I run VDK on ADSP-BF518 processor. What I need is to output error information on standard device prior to halting the system.


I have already put the appropriate code into each thread's <thread_name>::ErrorHandler() function prior to calling VDK::Thread::ErrorHandler(), but that doesn't seem to address all the faulty situations. For example this doesn't address any failure during creation of boot thread.


On the bottom line: there still are situations when KernelPanic() executes without calling my additional code prior to it. How do I fix it?


Any thoughts are highly welcome. Thanks.

p/s thanks Craig, your answer addresses my problem completely