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Thread: AURIX 26X interrupt and timer confuration

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    Intermediate Intermediate cwunder is on a distinguished road
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    If you are using a kernel (RTOS) then most likely the system timer is used as the scheduler (based on the kernel tick time, for example 1 msec).

    The system timer discussion in this thread is applicable but it assumes you have full control of the TC26x resources.

    When you are using an RTOS you need to know how to configure the kernel tick time and how to create a task with the correct parameters.

    In my opinion that should be another thread. Here you asked how to configure the system timer and this has been explained.

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    Beginner Beginner kanch is on a distinguished road
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    Do you mean that stm ticks are kernel tick..?
    i have doubt related to STM itself that i had calculated values of MSIZE and MSTART due to which i was able to run the function of 100ms in 6 to 7 sec which was taking 42sec initially.
    but still 6 to 7 sec is more time taken logically to run task of 100 msec.
    is this the correct way to alter and reduce the time?

    Thanks in advance.

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