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Old 11-10-2006, 02:49 AM   #1
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interrupt latency

My system is S3C2410 @203MHZ. with Linux OS. What is interrupt latency,
when GPIO interrupt happens? I guess it depends on Linux. How about
RTLinux system? How long RTLinux disable interrupt in worst case?

Any comment is appreciate.

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For RTLinux, the worst case interrupt plus scheduling is sub-20 microsecond range on most platforms, according to the vendor.


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