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Old 07-29-2003, 08:37 AM   #1
svsvenu
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problem using sched_fifo


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I have been tryin to use sched_fifo command, I have created two processes(using fork) and assigned priorities to them using sched_fifo scheduler. and setparam function. The program itself has to print a's in one process and b's in another. I have created a delay in printing using a dummy for loop. the expected output is
a <delay> a ........
but what its actually doing is throwing out all the output atonce.
I did make the delay large enough for it to take considerable amount of time.

Please help with some debugging

Thanks

venu
 
  


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