FreeBSD stack broken when systick != 10ms

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FreeBSD stack broken when systick != 10ms

Grant Edwards-6
It appears that the FreeBSD stack is still hard-wired to work only
with a system tick of 10ms.  Has anybody gone through it to see how
much work it would take to make the system tick time something that
could be configured at build time using ecosconfig?

Does the LWIP stack work with system ticks other than 10ms?

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Re: FreeBSD stack broken when systick != 10ms

Grant Edwards-6
On 2014-01-19, Grant Edwards <[hidden email]> wrote:
> It appears that the FreeBSD stack is still hard-wired to work only
> with a system tick of 10ms.  Has anybody gone through it to see how
> much work it would take to make the system tick time something that
> could be configured at build time using ecosconfig?

FWIW, this seems to be a long-known problem with an uncommited fix
sitting in Bugzilla:

  http://bugs.ecos.sourceware.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1001629

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