By Grant R., Fowler

ISBN-10: 0534408133

ISBN-13: 9780534408138

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Task 2 has a higher priority than Task 1 and is always able to run; therefore Task 2 is the only task to ever enter the Running state. As Task 1 never enters the Running state it never prints out its string. Task 1 is said to be ‘starved’ of processing time by Task 2. Figure 5 Running both test tasks at different priorities Task 2 is always able to run because it never has to wait for anything – it is either spinning around a null loop or printing to the terminal. Figure 6 shows the execution sequence for Example 3.

It is possible for a task to block on a synchronization event with a timeout, effectively blocking on both types of event simultaneously. For example, a task may choose to wait for a maximum of 10 milliseconds for data to arrive on a queue. The task will leave the Blocked state if either data arrives within 10 milliseconds, or 10 milliseconds pass with no data arriving. The Suspended State ‘Suspended’ is also a sub-state of Not Running. Tasks in the Suspended state are not available to the scheduler.

If a block time was specified (xTicksToWait was not zero) then the calling task will have been placed into the Blocked state to wait for another task or interrupt to make room in the queue, but the specified block time expired before this happened. xQueueReceive() and xQueuePeek() API Functions xQueueReceive() is used to receive (read) an item from a queue. removed from the queue. The item that is received is FreeRTOS Designed For Microcontrollers; © 2009 Richard Barry. Distribution or publication in any form is strictly prohibited.

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