# 8.4. Directives¶

This section details the directives of the Interrupt Manager. A subsection is dedicated to each of this manager’s directives and lists the calling sequence, parameters, description, return values, and notes of the directive.

## 8.4.1. rtems_interrupt_catch()¶

Establishes an interrupt service routine.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

rtems_status_code rtems_interrupt_catch(
rtems_isr_entry     new_isr_handler,
rtems_vector_number vector,
rtems_isr_entry    *old_isr_handler
);


PARAMETERS:

new_isr_handler

This parameter is the new interrupt service routine.

vector

This parameter is the interrupt vector number.

old_isr_handler

This parameter is the pointer to an rtems_isr_entry object. When the directive call is successful, the previous interrupt service routine established for this interrupt vector will be stored in this object.

DESCRIPTION:

This directive establishes an interrupt service routine (ISR) for the interrupt specified by the vector number. The new_isr_handler parameter specifies the entry point of the ISR. The entry point of the previous ISR for the specified vector is returned in old_isr_handler.

To release an interrupt vector, pass the old handler’s address obtained when the vector was first capture.

RETURN VALUES:

RTEMS_SUCCESSFUL

The requested operation was successful.

RTEMS_INVALID_NUMBER

The interrupt vector number was illegal.

RTEMS_INVALID_ADDRESS

The new_isr_handler parameter was NULL.

RTEMS_INVALID_ADDRESS

The old_isr_handler parameter was NULL.

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within interrupt context.

• The directive may be called from within device driver initialization context.

• The directive may be called from within task context.

• The directive will not cause the calling task to be preempted.

• The directive is only available where the target architecture support enabled simple vectored interrupts.

## 8.4.2. rtems_interrupt_disable()¶

Disables the maskable interrupts on the current processor.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

void rtems_interrupt_disable( rtems_interrupt_level isr_cookie );


PARAMETERS:

isr_cookie

This parameter is a variable of type rtems_interrupt_level which will be used to save the previous interrupt level.

DESCRIPTION:

This directive disables all maskable interrupts on the current processor and returns the previous interrupt level in isr_cookie.

NOTES:

A later invocation of the rtems_interrupt_enable() directive should be used to restore the previous interrupt level.

This directive is implemented as a macro which sets the isr_cookie parameter.

  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 #include void local_critical_section( void ) { rtems_interrupt_level level; // Please note that the rtems_interrupt_disable() is a macro. The // previous interrupt level (before the maskable interrupts are // disabled) is returned here in the level macro parameter. This // would be wrong: // // rtems_interrupt_disable( &level ); rtems_interrupt_disable( level ); // Here is the critical section: maskable interrupts are disabled { rtems_interrupt_level nested_level; rtems_interrupt_disable( nested_level ); // Here is a nested critical section rtems_interrupt_enable( nested_level ); } // Maskable interrupts are still disabled rtems_interrupt_enable( level ); } 

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within any runtime context.

• The directive will not cause the calling task to be preempted.

• Where the system was built with SMP support enabled, the directive is not available. Its use will result in compiler warnings and linker errors. The rtems_interrupt_local_disable() and rtems_interrupt_local_enable() directives are available in all build configurations.

## 8.4.3. rtems_interrupt_enable()¶

Restores the previous interrupt level on the current processor.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

void rtems_interrupt_enable( rtems_interrupt_level isr_cookie );


PARAMETERS:

isr_cookie

This parameter is the previous interrupt level to restore. The value must be obtained by a previous call to rtems_interrupt_disable() or rtems_interrupt_flash().

DESCRIPTION:

This directive restores the interrupt level specified by isr_cookie on the current processor.

NOTES:

The isr_cookie parameter value must be obtained by a previous call to rtems_interrupt_disable() or rtems_interrupt_flash(). Using an otherwise obtained value is undefined behaviour.

This directive is unsuitable to enable particular interrupt sources, for example in an interrupt controller.

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within any runtime context.

• The directive will not cause the calling task to be preempted.

• While at least one maskable interrupt is pending, when the directive enables maskable interrupts, the pending interrupts are immediately serviced. The interrupt service routines may unblock higher priority tasks which may preempt the calling task.

• Where the system was built with SMP support enabled, the directive is not available. Its use will result in compiler warnings and linker errors. The rtems_interrupt_local_disable() and rtems_interrupt_local_enable() directives are available in all build configurations.

## 8.4.4. rtems_interrupt_flash()¶

Flashes interrupts on the current processor.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

void rtems_interrupt_flash( rtems_interrupt_level isr_cookie );


PARAMETERS:

isr_cookie

This parameter is the previous interrupt level.

DESCRIPTION:

This directive is functionally equivalent to a calling rtems_interrupt_enable() immediately followed by a rtems_interrupt_disable(). On some architectures it is possible to provide an optimized implementation for this sequence.

NOTES:

The isr_cookie parameter value must be obtained by a previous call to rtems_interrupt_disable() or rtems_interrupt_flash(). Using an otherwise obtained value is undefined behaviour.

Historically, the interrupt flash directive was heavily used in the operating system implementation. However, this is no longer the case. The interrupt flash directive is provided for backward compatibility reasons.

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within any runtime context.

• The directive will not cause the calling task to be preempted.

• Where the system was built with SMP support enabled, the directive is not available. Its use will result in compiler warnings and linker errors. The rtems_interrupt_local_disable() and rtems_interrupt_local_enable() directives are available in all build configurations.

## 8.4.5. rtems_interrupt_local_disable()¶

Disables the maskable interrupts on the current processor.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

void rtems_interrupt_local_disable( rtems_interrupt_level isr_cookie );


PARAMETERS:

isr_cookie

This parameter is a variable of type rtems_interrupt_level which will be used to save the previous interrupt level.

DESCRIPTION:

This directive disables all maskable interrupts on the current processor and returns the previous interrupt level in isr_cookie.

NOTES:

A later invocation of the rtems_interrupt_local_enable() directive should be used to restore the previous interrupt level.

This directive is implemented as a macro which sets the isr_cookie parameter.

Where the system was built with SMP support enabled, this will not ensure system wide mutual exclusion. Use interrupt locks instead, see rtems_interrupt_lock_acquire(). Interrupt disabled critical sections may be used to access processor-specific data structures or disable thread dispatching.

  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 #include void local_critical_section( void ) { rtems_interrupt_level level; // Please note that the rtems_interrupt_local_disable() is a macro. // The previous interrupt level (before the maskable interrupts are // disabled) is returned here in the level macro parameter. This would // be wrong: // // rtems_interrupt_local_disable( &level ); rtems_interrupt_local_disable( level ); // Here is the critical section: maskable interrupts are disabled { rtems_interrupt_level nested_level; rtems_interrupt_local_disable( nested_level ); // Here is a nested critical section rtems_interrupt_local_enable( nested_level ); } // Maskable interrupts are still disabled rtems_interrupt_local_enable( level ); } 

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within any runtime context.

• The directive will not cause the calling task to be preempted.

## 8.4.6. rtems_interrupt_local_enable()¶

Restores the previous interrupt level on the current processor.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

void rtems_interrupt_local_enable( rtems_interrupt_level isr_cookie );


PARAMETERS:

isr_cookie

This parameter is the previous interrupt level to restore. The value must be obtained by a previous call to rtems_interrupt_local_disable().

DESCRIPTION:

This directive restores the interrupt level specified by isr_cookie on the current processor.

NOTES:

The isr_cookie parameter value must be obtained by a previous call to rtems_interrupt_local_disable(). Using an otherwise obtained value is undefined behaviour.

This directive is unsuitable to enable particular interrupt sources, for example in an interrupt controller.

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within any runtime context.

• The directive will not cause the calling task to be preempted.

• While at least one maskable interrupt is pending, when the directive enables maskable interrupts, the pending interrupts are immediately serviced. The interrupt service routines may unblock higher priority tasks which may preempt the calling task.

## 8.4.7. rtems_interrupt_is_in_progress()¶

Checks if an ISR is in progress on the current processor.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

bool rtems_interrupt_is_in_progress( void );


DESCRIPTION:

This directive returns true, if the current processor is currently servicing an interrupt, and false otherwise. A return value of true indicates that the caller is an interrupt service routine, not a task. The directives available to an interrupt service routine are restricted.

RETURN VALUES:

Returns true, if the current processor is currently servicing an interrupt, otherwise false.

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within any runtime context.

• The directive will not cause the calling task to be preempted.

## 8.4.8. rtems_interrupt_lock_initialize()¶

Initializes the ISR lock.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

void rtems_interrupt_lock_initialize(
rtems_interrupt_lock *lock,
const char           *name
);


PARAMETERS:

lock

This parameter is the ISR lock to initialize.

name

This parameter is the ISR lock name. It shall be a string. The name is only used where the system was built with profiling support enabled.

NOTES:

ISR locks may also be statically defined by RTEMS_INTERRUPT_LOCK_DEFINE() or statically initialized by RTEMS_INTERRUPT_LOCK_INITIALIZER().

## 8.4.9. rtems_interrupt_lock_destroy()¶

Destroys the ISR lock.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

void rtems_interrupt_lock_destroy( rtems_interrupt_lock *lock );


PARAMETERS:

lock

This parameter is the ISR lock to destroy.

NOTES:

The lock must have been dynamically initialized by rtems_interrupt_lock_initialize(), statically defined by RTEMS_INTERRUPT_LOCK_DEFINE(), or statically initialized by RTEMS_INTERRUPT_LOCK_INITIALIZER().

Concurrent lock use during the destruction or concurrent destruction leads to unpredictable results.

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within any runtime context.

• The directive will not cause the calling task to be preempted.

## 8.4.10. rtems_interrupt_lock_acquire()¶

Acquires the ISR lock.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

void rtems_interrupt_lock_acquire(
rtems_interrupt_lock         *lock,
rtems_interrupt_lock_context *lock_context
);


PARAMETERS:

lock

This parameter is the ISR lock to acquire.

lock_context

This parameter is the ISR lock context. This lock context shall be used to release the lock by calling rtems_interrupt_lock_release().

DESCRIPTION:

This directive acquires the ISR lock specified by lock using the lock context provided by lock_context. Maskable interrupts will be disabled on the current processor.

NOTES:

A caller-specific lock context shall be provided for each acquire/release pair, for example an automatic variable.

Where the system was built with SMP support enabled, this directive acquires an SMP lock. An attempt to recursively acquire the lock may result in an infinite loop with maskable interrupts disabled.

This directive establishes a non-preemptive critical section with system wide mutual exclusion on the local node in all RTEMS build configurations.

  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 #include void critical_section( rtems_interrupt_lock *lock ) { rtems_interrupt_lock_context lock_context; rtems_interrupt_lock_acquire( lock, &lock_context ); // Here is the critical section. Maskable interrupts are disabled. // Where the system was built with SMP support enabled, this section // is protected by an SMP lock. rtems_interrupt_lock_release( lock, &lock_context ); } 

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within any runtime context.

• The directive will not cause the calling task to be preempted.

## 8.4.11. rtems_interrupt_lock_release()¶

Releases the ISR lock.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

void rtems_interrupt_lock_release( rtems_interrupt_lock_context *lock );


PARAMETERS:

lock

This parameter is the ISR lock to release.

lock_context

This parameter is the ISR lock context. This lock context shall have been used to acquire the lock by calling rtems_interrupt_lock_acquire().

DESCRIPTION:

This directive releases the ISR lock specified by lock using the lock context provided by lock_context. The previous interrupt level will be restored on the current processor.

NOTES:

The lock context shall be the one used to acquire the lock, otherwise the result is unpredictable.

Where the system was built with SMP support enabled, this directive releases an SMP lock.

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within any runtime context.

• The directive will not cause the calling task to be preempted.

• While at least one maskable interrupt is pending, when the directive enables maskable interrupts, the pending interrupts are immediately serviced. The interrupt service routines may unblock higher priority tasks which may preempt the calling task.

## 8.4.12. rtems_interrupt_lock_acquire_isr()¶

Acquires the ISR lock from within an ISR.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

void rtems_interrupt_lock_acquire_isr(
rtems_interrupt_lock         *lock,
rtems_interrupt_lock_context *lock_context
);


PARAMETERS:

lock

This parameter is the ISR lock to acquire within an ISR.

lock_context

This parameter is the ISR lock context. This lock context shall be used to release the lock by calling rtems_interrupt_lock_release_isr().

DESCRIPTION:

This directive acquires the ISR lock specified by lock using the lock context provided by lock_context. The interrupt level will remain unchanged.

NOTES:

A caller-specific lock context shall be provided for each acquire/release pair, for example an automatic variable.

Where the system was built with SMP support enabled, this directive acquires an SMP lock. An attempt to recursively acquire the lock may result in an infinite loop.

This directive is intended for device drivers and should be called from the corresponding interrupt service routine.

In case the corresponding interrupt service routine can be interrupted by higher priority interrupts and these interrupts enter the critical section protected by this lock, then the result is unpredictable. This directive may be used under specific circumstances as an optimization. In doubt, use rtems_interrupt_lock_acquire() and rtems_interrupt_lock_release().

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within any runtime context.

• The directive will not cause the calling task to be preempted.

## 8.4.13. rtems_interrupt_lock_release_isr()¶

Releases the ISR lock from within an ISR.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

void rtems_interrupt_lock_release_isr(
rtems_interrupt_lock         *lock,
rtems_interrupt_lock_context *lock_context
);


PARAMETERS:

lock

This parameter is the ISR lock to release within an ISR.

lock_context

This parameter is the ISR lock context. This lock context shall have been used to acquire the lock by calling rtems_interrupt_lock_acquire_isr().

DESCRIPTION:

This directive releases the ISR lock specified by lock using the lock context provided by lock_context. The interrupt level will remain unchanged.

NOTES:

The lock context shall be the one used to acquire the lock, otherwise the result is unpredictable.

Where the system was built with SMP support enabled, this directive releases an SMP lock.

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within any runtime context.

• The directive will not cause the calling task to be preempted.

## 8.4.14. rtems_interrupt_lock_interrupt_disable()¶

Disables maskable interrupts on the current processor.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

void rtems_interrupt_lock_interrupt_disable(
rtems_interrupt_lock_context *lock_context
);


PARAMETERS:

lock_context

This parameter is the ISR lock context for an acquire and release pair.

DESCRIPTION:

This directive disables maskable interrupts on the current processor and stores the previous interrupt level in lock_context.

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within any runtime context.

• The directive will not cause the calling task to be preempted.

## 8.4.15. RTEMS_INTERRUPT_LOCK_DECLARE()¶

Declares an ISR lock object.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

RTEMS_INTERRUPT_LOCK_DECLARE( specifier, designator );


PARAMETERS:

specifier

This parameter is the storage-class specifier for the ISR lock to declare, for example extern or static.

designator

This parameter is the ISR lock object designator.

NOTES:

Do not add a “;” after this macro.

## 8.4.16. RTEMS_INTERRUPT_LOCK_DEFINE()¶

Defines an ISR lock object.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

RTEMS_INTERRUPT_LOCK_DEFINE( specifier, designator, const char *name );


PARAMETERS:

specifier

This parameter is the storage-class specifier for the ISR lock to declare, for example extern or static.

designator

This parameter is the ISR lock object designator.

name

This parameter is the ISR lock name. It shall be a string. The name is only used where the system was built with profiling support enabled.

NOTES:

Do not add a “;” after this macro.

ISR locks may also be dynamically initialized by rtems_interrupt_lock_initialize() or statically by RTEMS_INTERRUPT_LOCK_INITIALIZER().

## 8.4.17. RTEMS_INTERRUPT_LOCK_INITIALIZER()¶

Statically initializes an ISR lock object.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

RTEMS_INTERRUPT_LOCK_INITIALIZER( const char *name );


PARAMETERS:

name

This parameter is the ISR lock name. It shall be a string. The name is only used where the system was built with profiling support enabled.

NOTES:

ISR locks may also be dynamically initialized by rtems_interrupt_lock_initialize() or statically defined by RTEMS_INTERRUPT_LOCK_DEFINE().

## 8.4.18. RTEMS_INTERRUPT_LOCK_MEMBER()¶

Defines an ISR lock member.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

RTEMS_INTERRUPT_LOCK_MEMBER( designator );


PARAMETERS:

designator

This parameter is the ISR lock member designator.

NOTES:

Do not add a “;” after this macro.

## 8.4.19. RTEMS_INTERRUPT_LOCK_REFERENCE()¶

Defines an ISR lock object reference.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

RTEMS_INTERRUPT_LOCK_REFERENCE( designator, rtems_interrupt_lock *target );


PARAMETERS:

designator

This parameter is the ISR lock reference designator.

target

This parameter is the target object to reference.

NOTES:

Do not add a “;” after this macro.

## 8.4.20. RTEMS_INTERRUPT_ENTRY_INITIALIZER()¶

Statically initializes an interrupt entry object.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

RTEMS_INTERRUPT_ENTRY_INITIALIZER(
rtems_interrupt_handler routine,
void                   *arg,
const char             *info
);


PARAMETERS:

routine

This parameter is the interrupt handler routine for the entry.

arg

This parameter is the interrupt handler argument for the entry.

info

This parameter is the descriptive information for the entry.

NOTES:

Alternatively, rtems_interrupt_entry_initialize() may be used to dynamically initialize an interrupt entry.

## 8.4.21. rtems_interrupt_entry_initialize()¶

Initializes the interrupt entry.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

void rtems_interrupt_entry_initialize(
rtems_interrupt_entry  *entry,
rtems_interrupt_handler routine,
void                   *arg,
const char             *info
);


PARAMETERS:

entry

This parameter is the interrupt entry to initialize.

routine

This parameter is the interrupt handler routine for the entry.

arg

This parameter is the interrupt handler argument for the entry.

info

This parameter is the descriptive information for the entry.

NOTES:

Alternatively, RTEMS_INTERRUPT_ENTRY_INITIALIZER() may be used to statically initialize an interrupt entry.

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within any runtime context.

• The directive will not cause the calling task to be preempted.

## 8.4.22. rtems_interrupt_entry_install()¶

Installs the interrupt entry at the interrupt vector.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

rtems_status_code rtems_interrupt_entry_install(
rtems_vector_number    vector,
rtems_option           options,
rtems_interrupt_entry *entry
);


PARAMETERS:

vector

This parameter is the interrupt vector number.

options

This parameter is the interrupt entry install option set.

entry

This parameter is the interrupt entry to install.

DESCRIPTION:

One of the following mutually exclusive options

• RTEMS_INTERRUPT_UNIQUE, and

• RTEMS_INTERRUPT_SHARED

shall be set in the options parameter.

The handler routine of the entry specified by entry will be called with the handler argument of the entry when dispatched. The order in which shared interrupt handlers are dispatched for one vector is defined by the installation order. The first installed handler is dispatched first.

If the option RTEMS_INTERRUPT_UNIQUE is set, then it will be ensured that the handler will be the only one for the interrupt vector.

If the option RTEMS_INTERRUPT_SHARED is set, then multiple handlers may be installed for the interrupt vector.

RETURN VALUES:

RTEMS_SUCCESSFUL

The requested operation was successful.

RTEMS_INVALID_ADDRESS

The entry parameter was NULL.

RTEMS_INCORRECT_STATE

The service was not initialized.

RTEMS_INVALID_ADDRESS

The handler routine of the entry was NULL.

RTEMS_INVALID_ID

There was no interrupt vector associated with the number specified by vector.

RTEMS_CALLED_FROM_ISR

The directive was called from within interrupt context.

RTEMS_INVALID_NUMBER

An option specified by options was not applicable.

RTEMS_RESOURCE_IN_USE

The RTEMS_INTERRUPT_UNIQUE option was set in entry and the interrupt vector was already occupied by a handler.

RTEMS_RESOURCE_IN_USE

The RTEMS_INTERRUPT_SHARED option was set in entry and the interrupt vector was already occupied by a unique handler.

RTEMS_TOO_MANY

The handler routine of the entry specified by entry was already installed for the interrupt vector specified by vector with an argument equal to the handler argument of the entry.

NOTES:

When the directive call was successful, the ownership of the interrupt entry has been transferred from the caller to the interrupt service. An installed interrupt entry may be removed from the interrupt service by calling rtems_interrupt_entry_remove().

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within device driver initialization context.

• The directive may be called from within task context.

• The directive may obtain and release the object allocator mutex. This may cause the calling task to be preempted.

• The interrupt entry shall have been initialized by rtems_interrupt_entry_initialize() or RTEMS_INTERRUPT_ENTRY_INITIALIZER().

## 8.4.23. rtems_interrupt_entry_remove()¶

Removes the interrupt entry from the interrupt vector.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

rtems_status_code rtems_interrupt_entry_remove(
rtems_vector_number    vector,
rtems_interrupt_entry *entry
);


PARAMETERS:

vector

This parameter is the interrupt vector number.

entry

This parameter is the interrupt entry to remove.

RETURN VALUES:

RTEMS_SUCCESSFUL

The requested operation was successful.

RTEMS_INCORRECT_STATE

The service was not initialized.

RTEMS_INVALID_ADDRESS

The entry parameter was NULL.

RTEMS_INVALID_ID

There was no interrupt vector associated with the number specified by vector.

RTEMS_CALLED_FROM_ISR

The directive was called from within interrupt context.

RTEMS_UNSATISFIED

The entry specified by entry was not installed at the interrupt vector specified by vector.

NOTES:

When the directive call was successful, the ownership of the interrupt entry has been transferred from the interrupt service to the caller.

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within device driver initialization context.

• The directive may be called from within task context.

• The directive may obtain and release the object allocator mutex. This may cause the calling task to be preempted.

• The interrupt entry shall have been installed by rtems_interrupt_entry_install().

## 8.4.24. rtems_interrupt_handler_install()¶

Installs the interrupt handler routine and argument at the interrupt vector.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

rtems_status_code rtems_interrupt_handler_install(
rtems_vector_number     vector,
const char             *info,
rtems_option            options,
rtems_interrupt_handler routine,
void                   *arg
);


PARAMETERS:

vector

This parameter is the interrupt vector number.

info

This parameter is the descriptive information of the interrupt handler to install.

options

This parameter is the interrupt handler install option set.

routine

This parameter is the interrupt handler routine to install.

arg

This parameter is the interrupt handler argument to install.

DESCRIPTION:

One of the following mutually exclusive options

• RTEMS_INTERRUPT_UNIQUE,

• RTEMS_INTERRUPT_SHARED, and

• RTEMS_INTERRUPT_REPLACE

shall be set in the options parameter.

The handler routine will be called with the argument specified by arg when dispatched. The order in which shared interrupt handlers are dispatched for one vector is defined by the installation order. The first installed handler is dispatched first.

If the option RTEMS_INTERRUPT_UNIQUE is set, then it will be ensured that the handler will be the only one for the interrupt vector.

If the option RTEMS_INTERRUPT_SHARED is set, then multiple handler may be installed for the interrupt vector.

If the option RTEMS_INTERRUPT_REPLACE is set, then the handler specified by routine will replace the first handler with the same argument for the interrupt vector if it exists, otherwise an error status will be returned. A second handler with the same argument for the interrupt vector will remain unchanged. The new handler will inherit the unique or shared options from the replaced handler.

An informative description may be provided in info. It may be used for system debugging and diagnostic tools. The referenced string has to be persistent as long as the handler is installed.

RETURN VALUES:

RTEMS_SUCCESSFUL

The requested operation was successful.

RTEMS_INCORRECT_STATE

The service was not initialized.

RTEMS_INVALID_ADDRESS

The routine parameter was NULL.

RTEMS_INVALID_ID

There was no interrupt vector associated with the number specified by vector.

RTEMS_CALLED_FROM_ISR

The directive was called from within interrupt context.

RTEMS_NO_MEMORY

There was not enough memory available to allocate data structures to install the handler.

RTEMS_RESOURCE_IN_USE

The RTEMS_INTERRUPT_UNIQUE option was set in options and the interrupt vector was already occupied by a handler.

RTEMS_RESOURCE_IN_USE

The RTEMS_INTERRUPT_SHARED option was set in options and the interrupt vector was already occupied by a unique handler.

RTEMS_TOO_MANY

The handler specified by routine was already installed for the interrupt vector specified by vector with an argument equal to the argument specified by arg.

RTEMS_UNSATISFIED

The RTEMS_INTERRUPT_REPLACE option was set in options and no handler to replace was installed.

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within device driver initialization context.

• The directive may be called from within task context.

• The directive may obtain and release the object allocator mutex. This may cause the calling task to be preempted.

## 8.4.25. rtems_interrupt_handler_remove()¶

Removes the interrupt handler routine and argument from the interrupt vector.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

rtems_status_code rtems_interrupt_handler_remove(
rtems_vector_number     vector,
rtems_interrupt_handler routine,
void                   *arg
);


PARAMETERS:

vector

This parameter is the interrupt vector number.

routine

This parameter is the interrupt handler routine to remove.

arg

This parameter is the interrupt handler argument to remove.

RETURN VALUES:

RTEMS_SUCCESSFUL

The requested operation was successful.

RTEMS_INCORRECT_STATE

The service was not initialized.

RTEMS_INVALID_ADDRESS

The routine parameter was NULL.

RTEMS_INVALID_ID

There was no interrupt vector associated with the number specified by vector.

RTEMS_CALLED_FROM_ISR

The directive was called from within interrupt context.

RTEMS_UNSATISFIED

There was no handler routine and argument pair installed specified by routine and arg.

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within device driver initialization context.

• The directive may be called from within task context.

• The directive may obtain and release the object allocator mutex. This may cause the calling task to be preempted.

## 8.4.26. rtems_interrupt_vector_is_enabled()¶

Checks if the interrupt vector is enabled.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

rtems_status_code rtems_interrupt_vector_is_enabled(
rtems_vector_number vector,
bool               *enabled
);


PARAMETERS:

vector

This parameter is the interrupt vector number.

enabled

This parameter is the pointer to a bool object. When the directive call is successful, the enabled status of the interrupt associated with the interrupt vector specified by vector will be stored in this object. When the interrupt was enabled for the processor executing the directive call at some time point during the call, the object value will be set to true, otherwise to false.

DESCRIPTION:

The directive checks if the interrupt associated with the interrupt vector specified by vector was enabled for the processor executing the directive call at some time point during the call.

RETURN VALUES:

RTEMS_SUCCESSFUL

The requested operation was successful.

RTEMS_INVALID_ADDRESS

The enabled parameter was NULL.

RTEMS_INVALID_ID

There was no interrupt vector associated with the number specified by vector.

NOTES:

Interrupt vectors may be enabled by rtems_interrupt_vector_enable() and disabled by rtems_interrupt_vector_disable().

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within interrupt context.

• The directive may be called from within device driver initialization context.

• The directive may be called from within task context.

• The directive will not cause the calling task to be preempted.

## 8.4.27. rtems_interrupt_vector_enable()¶

Enables the interrupt vector.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

rtems_status_code rtems_interrupt_vector_enable( rtems_vector_number vector );


PARAMETERS:

vector

This parameter is the number of the interrupt vector to enable.

DESCRIPTION:

The directive enables the interrupt vector specified by vector. This allows that interrupt service requests are issued to the target processors of the interrupt vector. Interrupt service requests for an interrupt vector may be raised by rtems_interrupt_raise(), rtems_interrupt_raise_on(), external signals, or messages.

RETURN VALUES:

RTEMS_SUCCESSFUL

The requested operation was successful.

RTEMS_INVALID_ID

There was no interrupt vector associated with the number specified by vector.

RTEMS_UNSATISFIED

The request to enable the interrupt vector has not been satisfied.

NOTES:

The rtems_interrupt_get_attributes() directive may be used to check if an interrupt vector can be enabled. Interrupt vectors may be disabled by rtems_interrupt_vector_disable().

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within interrupt context.

• The directive may be called from within device driver initialization context.

• The directive may be called from within task context.

• The directive will not cause the calling task to be preempted.

## 8.4.28. rtems_interrupt_vector_disable()¶

Disables the interrupt vector.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

rtems_status_code rtems_interrupt_vector_disable( rtems_vector_number vector );


PARAMETERS:

vector

This parameter is the number of the interrupt vector to disable.

DESCRIPTION:

The directive disables the interrupt vector specified by vector. This prevents that an interrupt service request is issued to the target processors of the interrupt vector.

RETURN VALUES:

RTEMS_SUCCESSFUL

The requested operation was successful.

RTEMS_INVALID_ID

There was no interrupt vector associated with the number specified by vector.

RTEMS_UNSATISFIED

The request to disable the interrupt vector has not been satisfied.

NOTES:

The rtems_interrupt_get_attributes() directive may be used to check if an interrupt vector can be disabled. Interrupt vectors may be enabled by rtems_interrupt_vector_enable(). There may be targets on which some interrupt vectors cannot be disabled, for example a hardware watchdog interrupt or software generated interrupts.

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within interrupt context.

• The directive may be called from within device driver initialization context.

• The directive may be called from within task context.

• The directive will not cause the calling task to be preempted.

## 8.4.29. rtems_interrupt_is_pending()¶

Checks if the interrupt is pending.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

rtems_status_code rtems_interrupt_is_pending(
rtems_vector_number vector,
bool               *pending
);


PARAMETERS:

vector

This parameter is the interrupt vector number.

pending

This parameter is the pointer to a bool object. When the directive call is successful, the pending status of the interrupt associated with the interrupt vector specified by vector will be stored in this object. When the interrupt was pending for the processor executing the directive call at some time point during the call, the object value will be set to true, otherwise to false.

DESCRIPTION:

The directive checks if the interrupt associated with the interrupt vector specified by vector was pending for the processor executing the directive call at some time point during the call.

RETURN VALUES:

RTEMS_SUCCESSFUL

The requested operation was successful.

RTEMS_INVALID_ADDRESS

The pending parameter was NULL.

RTEMS_INVALID_ID

There was no interrupt vector associated with the number specified by vector.

RTEMS_UNSATISFIED

The request to get the pending status has not been satisfied.

NOTES:

Interrupts may be made pending by calling the rtems_interrupt_raise() or rtems_interrupt_raise_on() directives or due to external signals or messages. The pending state may be cleared by rtems_interrupt_clear().

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within interrupt context.

• The directive may be called from within device driver initialization context.

• The directive may be called from within task context.

• The directive will not cause the calling task to be preempted.

## 8.4.30. rtems_interrupt_raise()¶

Raises the interrupt vector.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

rtems_status_code rtems_interrupt_raise( rtems_vector_number vector );


PARAMETERS:

vector

This parameter is the number of the interrupt vector to raise.

RETURN VALUES:

RTEMS_SUCCESSFUL

The requested operation was successful.

RTEMS_INVALID_ID

There was no interrupt vector associated with the number specified by vector.

RTEMS_UNSATISFIED

The request to raise the interrupt vector has not been satisfied.

NOTES:

The rtems_interrupt_get_attributes() directive may be used to check if an interrupt vector can be raised.

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within interrupt context.

• The directive may be called from within device driver initialization context.

• The directive may be called from within task context.

• The directive will not cause the calling task to be preempted.

## 8.4.31. rtems_interrupt_raise_on()¶

Raises the interrupt vector on the processor.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

rtems_status_code rtems_interrupt_raise_on(
rtems_vector_number vector,
uint32_t            cpu_index
);


PARAMETERS:

vector

This parameter is the number of the interrupt vector to raise.

cpu_index

This parameter is the index of the target processor of the interrupt vector to raise.

RETURN VALUES:

RTEMS_SUCCESSFUL

The requested operation was successful.

RTEMS_INVALID_ID

There was no interrupt vector associated with the number specified by vector.

RTEMS_NOT_CONFIGURED

The processor specified by cpu_index was not configured to be used by the application.

RTEMS_INCORRECT_STATE

The processor specified by cpu_index was configured to be used by the application, however, it was not online.

RTEMS_UNSATISFIED

The request to raise the interrupt vector has not been satisfied.

NOTES:

The rtems_interrupt_get_attributes() directive may be used to check if an interrupt vector can be raised on a processor.

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within interrupt context.

• The directive may be called from within device driver initialization context.

• The directive may be called from within task context.

• The directive will not cause the calling task to be preempted.

## 8.4.32. rtems_interrupt_clear()¶

Clears the interrupt vector.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

rtems_status_code rtems_interrupt_clear( rtems_vector_number vector );


PARAMETERS:

vector

This parameter is the number of the interrupt vector to clear.

RETURN VALUES:

RTEMS_SUCCESSFUL

The requested operation was successful.

RTEMS_INVALID_ID

There was no interrupt vector associated with the number specified by vector.

RTEMS_UNSATISFIED

The request to raise the interrupt vector has not been satisfied.

NOTES:

The rtems_interrupt_get_attributes() directive may be used to check if an interrupt vector can be cleared.

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within interrupt context.

• The directive may be called from within device driver initialization context.

• The directive may be called from within task context.

• The directive will not cause the calling task to be preempted.

## 8.4.33. rtems_interrupt_get_affinity()¶

Gets the processor affinity set of the interrupt vector.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

rtems_status_code rtems_interrupt_get_affinity(
rtems_vector_number vector,
size_t              affinity_size,
cpu_set_t          *affinity
);


PARAMETERS:

vector

This parameter is the interrupt vector number.

affinity_size

This parameter is the size of the processor set referenced by affinity in bytes.

affinity

This parameter is the pointer to a cpu_set_t object. When the directive call is successful, the processor affinity set of the interrupt vector will be stored in this object. A set bit in the processor set means that the corresponding processor is in the processor affinity set of the interrupt vector, otherwise the bit is cleared.

RETURN VALUES:

RTEMS_SUCCESSFUL

The requested operation was successful.

RTEMS_INVALID_ADDRESS

The affinity parameter was NULL.

RTEMS_INVALID_ID

There was no interrupt vector associated with the number specified by vector.

RTEMS_INVALID_SIZE

The size specified by affinity_size of the processor set was too small for the processor affinity set of the interrupt vector.

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within interrupt context.

• The directive may be called from within device driver initialization context.

• The directive may be called from within task context.

• The directive will not cause the calling task to be preempted.

## 8.4.34. rtems_interrupt_set_affinity()¶

Sets the processor affinity set of the interrupt vector.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

rtems_status_code rtems_interrupt_set_affinity(
rtems_vector_number vector,
size_t              affinity_size,
const cpu_set_t    *affinity
);


PARAMETERS:

vector

This parameter is the interrupt vector number.

affinity_size

This parameter is the size of the processor set referenced by affinity in bytes.

affinity

This parameter is the pointer to a cpu_set_t object. The processor set defines the new processor affinity set of the interrupt vector. A set bit in the processor set means that the corresponding processor shall be in the processor affinity set of the interrupt vector, otherwise the bit shall be cleared.

RETURN VALUES:

RTEMS_SUCCESSFUL

The requested operation was successful.

RTEMS_INVALID_ADDRESS

The affinity parameter was NULL.

RTEMS_INVALID_ID

There was no interrupt vector associated with the number specified by vector.

RTEMS_INVALID_NUMBER

The referenced processor set was not a valid new processor affinity set for the interrupt vector.

RTEMS_UNSATISFIED

The request to set the processor affinity of the interrupt vector has not been satisfied.

NOTES:

The rtems_interrupt_get_attributes() directive may be used to check if the processor affinity of an interrupt vector can be set.

Only online processors of the affinity set specified by affinity_size and affinity are considered by the directive. Other processors of the set are ignored. If the set contains no online processor, then the set is invalid and an error status is returned.

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within interrupt context.

• The directive may be called from within device driver initialization context.

• The directive may be called from within task context.

• The directive will not cause the calling task to be preempted.

## 8.4.35. rtems_interrupt_get_attributes()¶

Gets the attributes of the interrupt vector.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

rtems_status_code rtems_interrupt_get_attributes(
rtems_vector_number         vector,
rtems_interrupt_attributes *attributes
);


PARAMETERS:

vector

This parameter is the interrupt vector number.

attributes

This parameter is the pointer to an rtems_interrupt_attributes object. When the directive call is successful, the attributes of the interrupt vector will be stored in this object.

RETURN VALUES:

RTEMS_SUCCESSFUL

The requested operation was successful.

RTEMS_INVALID_ADDRESS

The attributes parameter was NULL.

RTEMS_INVALID_ID

There was no interrupt vector associated with the number specified by vector.

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within interrupt context.

• The directive may be called from within device driver initialization context.

• The directive may be called from within task context.

• The directive will not cause the calling task to be preempted.

## 8.4.36. rtems_interrupt_handler_iterate()¶

Iterates over all interrupt handler installed at the interrupt vector.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

rtems_status_code rtems_interrupt_handler_iterate(
rtems_vector_number                 vector,
rtems_interrupt_per_handler_routine routine,
void                               *arg
);


PARAMETERS:

vector

This parameter is the interrupt vector number.

routine

This parameter is the visitor routine.

arg

This parameter is the visitor argument.

DESCRIPTION:

For each installed handler at the interrupt vector the visitor function specified by routine will be called with the argument specified by arg and the handler information, options, routine and argument.

RETURN VALUES:

RTEMS_SUCCESSFUL

The requested operation was successful.

RTEMS_INCORRECT_STATE

The service was not initialized.

RTEMS_INVALID_ADDRESS

The routine parameter was NULL.

RTEMS_INVALID_ID

There was no interrupt vector associated with the number specified by vector.

RTEMS_CALLED_FROM_ISR

The directive was called from within interrupt context.

NOTES:

The directive is intended for system information and diagnostics.

Never install or remove an interrupt handler within the visitor function. This may result in a deadlock.

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within device driver initialization context.

• The directive may be called from within task context.

• The directive may obtain and release the object allocator mutex. This may cause the calling task to be preempted.

## 8.4.37. rtems_interrupt_server_initialize()¶

CALLING SEQUENCE:

rtems_status_code rtems_interrupt_server_initialize(
size_t              stack_size,
rtems_mode          modes,
rtems_attribute     attributes,
uint32_t           *server_count
);


PARAMETERS:

priority

This parameter is the initial task priority of the created interrupt servers.

stack_size

This parameter is the task stack size of the created interrupt servers.

modes

This parameter is the initial mode set of the created interrupt servers.

attributes

This parameter is the attribute set of the created interrupt servers.

server_count

This parameter is the pointer to an uint32_t object or NULL. When the pointer is not equal to NULL, the count of successfully created interrupt servers is stored in this object regardless of the return status.

DESCRIPTION:

The directive tries to create an interrupt server task for each online processor in the system. The tasks will have the initial priority specified by priority, the stack size specified by stack_size, the initial mode set specified by modes, and the attribute set specified by attributes. The count of successfully created server tasks will be returned in server_count if the pointer is not equal to NULL.

RETURN VALUES:

RTEMS_SUCCESSFUL

The requested operation was successful.

RTEMS_INCORRECT_STATE

The interrupt servers were already initialized.

The directive uses rtems_task_create(). If this directive fails, then its error status will be returned.

NOTES:

Interrupt handlers may be installed on an interrupt server with rtems_interrupt_server_handler_install() and removed with rtems_interrupt_server_handler_remove() using a server index. In case of an interrupt, the request will be forwarded to the interrupt server. The handlers are executed within the interrupt server context. If one handler blocks on something this may delay the processing of other handlers.

Interrupt servers may be deleted by rtems_interrupt_server_delete().

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within device driver initialization context.

• The directive may be called from within task context.

• The directive may obtain and release the object allocator mutex. This may cause the calling task to be preempted.

## 8.4.38. rtems_interrupt_server_create()¶

Creates an interrupt server.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

rtems_status_code rtems_interrupt_server_create(
rtems_interrupt_server_control      *control,
const rtems_interrupt_server_config *config,
uint32_t                            *server_index
);


PARAMETERS:

control

This parameter is the pointer to an rtems_interrupt_server_control object. When the directive call was successful, the ownership of the object was transferred from the caller of the directive to the interrupt server management.

config

This parameter is the interrupt server configuration.

server_index

This parameter is the pointer to an uint32_t object. When the directive call was successful, the index of the created interrupt server will be stored in this object.

RETURN VALUES:

RTEMS_SUCCESSFUL

The requested operation was successful.

The directive uses rtems_task_create(). If this directive fails, then its error status will be returned.

NOTES:

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within device driver initialization context.

• The directive may be called from within task context.

• The directive may obtain and release the object allocator mutex. This may cause the calling task to be preempted.

## 8.4.39. rtems_interrupt_server_handler_install()¶

Installs the interrupt handler routine and argument at the interrupt vector on the interrupt server.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

rtems_status_code rtems_interrupt_server_handler_install(
uint32_t                server_index,
rtems_vector_number     vector,
const char             *info,
rtems_option            options,
rtems_interrupt_handler routine,
void                   *arg
);


PARAMETERS:

server_index

This parameter is the interrupt server index. The constant RTEMS_INTERRUPT_SERVER_DEFAULT may be used to specify the default interrupt server.

vector

This parameter is the interrupt vector number.

info

This parameter is the descriptive information of the interrupt handler to install.

options

This parameter is the interrupt handler install option set.

routine

This parameter is the interrupt handler routine to install.

arg

This parameter is the interrupt handler argument to install.

DESCRIPTION:

The handler routine specified by routine will be executed within the context of the interrupt server task specified by server_index.

RETURN VALUES:

RTEMS_SUCCESSFUL

The requested operation was successful.

RTEMS_INVALID_ID

There was no interrupt server associated with the index specified by server_index.

RTEMS_CALLED_FROM_ISR

The directive was called from within interrupt context.

RTEMS_INVALID_ADDRESS

The routine parameter was NULL.

RTEMS_INVALID_ID

There was no interrupt vector associated with the number specified by vector.

RTEMS_INVALID_NUMBER

An option specified by info was not applicable.

RTEMS_RESOURCE_IN_USE

The RTEMS_INTERRUPT_UNIQUE option was set in info and the interrupt vector was already occupied by a handler.

RTEMS_RESOURCE_IN_USE

The RTEMS_INTERRUPT_SHARED option was set in info and the interrupt vector was already occupied by a unique handler.

RTEMS_TOO_MANY

The handler specified by routine was already installed for the interrupt vector specified by vector with an argument equal to the argument specified by arg.

RTEMS_UNSATISFIED

The RTEMS_INTERRUPT_REPLACE option was set in info and no handler to replace was installed.

NOTES:

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within device driver initialization context.

• The directive may be called from within task context.

• The directive may obtain and release the object allocator mutex. This may cause the calling task to be preempted.

## 8.4.40. rtems_interrupt_server_handler_remove()¶

Removes the interrupt handler routine and argument from the interrupt vector and the interrupt server.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

rtems_status_code rtems_interrupt_server_handler_remove(
uint32_t                server_index,
rtems_vector_number     vector,
rtems_interrupt_handler routine,
void                   *arg
);


PARAMETERS:

server_index

This parameter is the interrupt server index. The constant RTEMS_INTERRUPT_SERVER_DEFAULT may be used to specify the default interrupt server.

vector

This parameter is the interrupt vector number.

routine

This parameter is the interrupt handler routine to remove.

arg

This parameter is the interrupt handler argument to remove.

RETURN VALUES:

RTEMS_SUCCESSFUL

The requested operation was successful.

RTEMS_INVALID_ID

There was no interrupt server associated with the index specified by server_index.

RTEMS_INVALID_ID

There was no interrupt vector associated with the number specified by vector.

RTEMS_UNSATISFIED

There was no handler routine and argument pair installed specified by routine and arg.

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within task context.

• The directive may obtain and release the object allocator mutex. This may cause the calling task to be preempted.

• The directive sends a request to another task and waits for a response. This may cause the calling task to be blocked and unblocked.

• The directive shall not be called from within the context of an interrupt server. Calling the directive from within the context of an interrupt server is undefined behaviour.

## 8.4.41. rtems_interrupt_server_set_affinity()¶

Sets the processor affinity of the interrupt server.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

rtems_status_code rtems_interrupt_server_set_affinity(
uint32_t            server_index,
size_t              affinity_size,
const cpu_set_t    *affinity,
);


PARAMETERS:

server_index

This parameter is the interrupt server index. The constant RTEMS_INTERRUPT_SERVER_DEFAULT may be used to specify the default interrupt server.

affinity_size

This parameter is the size of the processor set referenced by affinity in bytes.

affinity

This parameter is the pointer to a cpu_set_t object. The processor set defines the new processor affinity set of the interrupt server. A set bit in the processor set means that the corresponding processor shall be in the processor affinity set of the task, otherwise the bit shall be cleared.

priority

This parameter is the new real priority for the interrupt server.

RETURN VALUES:

RTEMS_SUCCESSFUL

The requested operation was successful.

RTEMS_INVALID_ID

There was no interrupt server associated with the index specified by server_index.

The directive uses rtems_scheduler_ident_by_processor_set(), rtems_task_set_scheduler(), and rtems_task_set_affinity(). If one of these directive fails, then its error status will be returned.

NOTES:

The scheduler is set determined by the highest numbered processor in the affinity set specified by affinity.

This operation is only reliable in case the interrupt server was suspended via rtems_interrupt_server_suspend().

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within interrupt context.

• The directive may be called from within device driver initialization context.

• The directive may be called from within task context.

• The directive may change the processor affinity of a task. This may cause the calling task to be preempted.

• The directive may change the priority of a task. This may cause the calling task to be preempted.

## 8.4.42. rtems_interrupt_server_delete()¶

Deletes the interrupt server.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

rtems_status_code rtems_interrupt_server_delete( uint32_t server_index );


PARAMETERS:

server_index

This parameter is the index of the interrupt server to delete.

RETURN VALUES:

RTEMS_SUCCESSFUL

The requested operation was successful.

RTEMS_INVALID_ID

There was no interrupt server associated with the server index specified by server_index.

NOTES:

The interrupt server deletes itself, so after the return of the directive the interrupt server may be still in the termination process depending on the task priorities of the system.

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within task context.

• The directive shall not be called from within the context of an interrupt server. Calling the directive from within the context of an interrupt server is undefined behaviour.

• The directive sends a request to another task and waits for a response. This may cause the calling task to be blocked and unblocked.

## 8.4.43. rtems_interrupt_server_suspend()¶

Suspends the interrupt server.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

rtems_status_code rtems_interrupt_server_suspend( uint32_t server_index );


PARAMETERS:

server_index

This parameter is the index of the interrupt server to suspend. The constant RTEMS_INTERRUPT_SERVER_DEFAULT may be used to specify the default interrupt server.

RETURN VALUES:

RTEMS_SUCCESSFUL

The requested operation was successful.

RTEMS_INVALID_ID

There was no interrupt server associated with the index specified by server_index.

NOTES:

Interrupt server may be resumed by rtems_interrupt_server_resume().

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within task context.

• The directive shall not be called from within the context of an interrupt server. Calling the directive from within the context of an interrupt server is undefined behaviour.

• The directive sends a request to another task and waits for a response. This may cause the calling task to be blocked and unblocked.

## 8.4.44. rtems_interrupt_server_resume()¶

Resumes the interrupt server.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

rtems_status_code rtems_interrupt_server_resume( uint32_t server_index );


PARAMETERS:

server_index

This parameter is the index of the interrupt server to resume. The constant RTEMS_INTERRUPT_SERVER_DEFAULT may be used to specify the default interrupt server.

RETURN VALUES:

RTEMS_SUCCESSFUL

The requested operation was successful.

RTEMS_INVALID_ID

There was no interrupt server associated with the index specified by server_index.

NOTES:

Interrupt server may be suspended by rtems_interrupt_server_suspend().

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within task context.

• The directive shall not be called from within the context of an interrupt server. Calling the directive from within the context of an interrupt server is undefined behaviour.

• The directive sends a request to another task and waits for a response. This may cause the calling task to be blocked and unblocked.

## 8.4.45. rtems_interrupt_server_move()¶

Moves the interrupt handlers installed at the interrupt vector and the source interrupt server to the destination interrupt server.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

rtems_status_code rtems_interrupt_server_move(
uint32_t            source_server_index,
rtems_vector_number vector,
uint32_t            destination_server_index
);


PARAMETERS:

source_server_index

This parameter is the index of the source interrupt server. The constant RTEMS_INTERRUPT_SERVER_DEFAULT may be used to specify the default interrupt server.

vector

This parameter is the interrupt vector number.

destination_server_index

This parameter is the index of the destination interrupt server. The constant RTEMS_INTERRUPT_SERVER_DEFAULT may be used to specify the default interrupt server.

RETURN VALUES:

RTEMS_SUCCESSFUL

The requested operation was successful.

RTEMS_INVALID_ID

There was no interrupt server associated with the index specified by source_server_index.

RTEMS_INVALID_ID

There was no interrupt server associated with the index specified by destination_server_index.

RTEMS_INVALID_ID

There was no interrupt vector associated with the number specified by vector.

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within task context.

• The directive shall not be called from within the context of an interrupt server. Calling the directive from within the context of an interrupt server is undefined behaviour.

• The directive sends a request to another task and waits for a response. This may cause the calling task to be blocked and unblocked.

## 8.4.46. rtems_interrupt_server_handler_iterate()¶

Iterates over all interrupt handler installed at the interrupt vector and interrupt server.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

rtems_status_code rtems_interrupt_server_handler_iterate(
uint32_t                            server_index,
rtems_vector_number                 vector,
rtems_interrupt_per_handler_routine routine,
void                               *arg
);


PARAMETERS:

server_index

This parameter is the index of the interrupt server.

vector

This parameter is the interrupt vector number.

routine

This parameter is the visitor routine.

arg

This parameter is the visitor argument.

DESCRIPTION:

For each installed handler at the interrupt vector and interrupt server the visitor function specified by vector will be called with the argument specified by routine and the handler information, options, routine and argument.

RETURN VALUES:

RTEMS_SUCCESSFUL

The requested operation was successful.

RTEMS_INVALID_ID

There was no interrupt server associated with the index specified by server_index.

RTEMS_INVALID_ID

There was no interrupt vector associated with the number specified by vector.

NOTES:

The directive is intended for system information and diagnostics.

Never install or remove an interrupt handler within the visitor function. This may result in a deadlock.

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within device driver initialization context.

• The directive may be called from within task context.

• The directive may obtain and release the object allocator mutex. This may cause the calling task to be preempted.

## 8.4.47. rtems_interrupt_server_entry_initialize()¶

Initializes the interrupt server entry.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

rtems_status_code rtems_interrupt_server_entry_initialize(
uint32_t                      server_index,
rtems_interrupt_server_entry *entry
);


PARAMETERS:

server_index

This parameter is the interrupt server index. The constant RTEMS_INTERRUPT_SERVER_DEFAULT may be used to specify the default interrupt server.

entry

This parameter is the interrupt server entry to initialize.

RETURN VALUES:

RTEMS_SUCCESSFUL

The requested operation was successful.

RTEMS_INVALID_ID

There was no interrupt server associated with the index specified by server_index.

NOTES:

After initialization, the list of actions of the interrupt server entry is empty. Actions may be prepended by rtems_interrupt_server_action_prepend(). Interrupt server entries may be moved to another interrupt vector with rtems_interrupt_server_entry_move(). Server entries may be submitted to get serviced by the interrupt server with rtems_interrupt_server_entry_submit(). Server entries may be destroyed by rtems_interrupt_server_entry_destroy().

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within device driver initialization context.

• The directive may be called from within task context.

• The directive may obtain and release the object allocator mutex. This may cause the calling task to be preempted.

## 8.4.48. rtems_interrupt_server_action_prepend()¶

Prepends the interrupt server action to the list of actions of the interrupt server entry.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

void rtems_interrupt_server_action_prepend(
rtems_interrupt_server_entry  *entry,
rtems_interrupt_server_action *action,
rtems_interrupt_handler        routine,
void                          *arg
);


PARAMETERS:

entry

This parameter is the interrupt server entry to prepend the interrupt server action. It shall have been initialized via rtems_interrupt_server_entry_initialize().

action

This parameter is the interrupt server action to initialize and prepend to the list of actions of the entry.

routine

This parameter is the interrupt handler routine to set in the action.

arg

This parameter is the interrupt handler argument to set in the action.

NOTES:

No error checking is performed by the directive.

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within interrupt context.

• The directive may be called from within device driver initialization context.

• The directive may be called from within task context.

• The directive will not cause the calling task to be preempted.

• The interrupt server entry shall have been initialized by rtems_interrupt_server_entry_initialize() and further optional calls to rtems_interrupt_server_action_prepend().

• The directive shall not be called concurrently with rtems_interrupt_server_action_prepend() with the same interrupt server entry. Calling the directive under this condition is undefined behaviour.

• The directive shall not be called concurrently with rtems_interrupt_server_entry_move() with the same interrupt server entry. Calling the directive under this condition is undefined behaviour.

• The directive shall not be called concurrently with rtems_interrupt_server_entry_submit() with the same interrupt server entry. Calling the directive under this condition is undefined behaviour.

• The directive shall not be called while the interrupt server entry is pending on or serviced by its current interrupt server. Calling the directive under these conditions is undefined behaviour.

## 8.4.49. rtems_interrupt_server_entry_destroy()¶

Destroys the interrupt server entry.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

void rtems_interrupt_server_entry_destroy(
rtems_interrupt_server_entry *entry
);


PARAMETERS:

entry

This parameter is the interrupt server entry to destroy.

NOTES:

No error checking is performed by the directive.

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within task context.

• The directive shall not be called from within the context of an interrupt server. Calling the directive from within the context of an interrupt server is undefined behaviour.

• The directive sends a request to another task and waits for a response. This may cause the calling task to be blocked and unblocked.

• The interrupt server entry shall have been initialized by rtems_interrupt_server_entry_initialize() and further optional calls to rtems_interrupt_server_action_prepend().

## 8.4.50. rtems_interrupt_server_entry_submit()¶

Submits the interrupt server entry to be serviced by the interrupt server.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

void rtems_interrupt_server_entry_submit(
rtems_interrupt_server_entry *entry
);


PARAMETERS:

entry

This parameter is the interrupt server entry to submit.

DESCRIPTION:

The directive appends the entry to the pending entries of the interrupt server. The interrupt server is notified that a new entry is pending. Once the interrupt server is scheduled it services the actions of all pending entries.

NOTES:

This directive may be used to do a two-step interrupt processing. The first step is done from within interrupt context by a call to this directive. The second step is then done from within the context of the interrupt server.

No error checking is performed by the directive.

A submitted entry may be destroyed by rtems_interrupt_server_entry_destroy().

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within interrupt context.

• The directive may be called from within device driver initialization context.

• The directive may be called from within task context.

• The directive may unblock a task. This may cause the calling task to be preempted.

• The interrupt server entry shall have been initialized by rtems_interrupt_server_entry_initialize() and further optional calls to rtems_interrupt_server_action_prepend().

• The directive shall not be called concurrently with rtems_interrupt_server_action_prepend() with the same interrupt server entry. Calling the directive under this condition is undefined behaviour.

• The directive shall not be called concurrently with rtems_interrupt_server_entry_move() with the same interrupt server entry. Calling the directive under this condition is undefined behaviour.

## 8.4.51. rtems_interrupt_server_entry_move()¶

Moves the interrupt server entry to the interrupt server.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

rtems_status_code rtems_interrupt_server_entry_move(
rtems_interrupt_server_entry *entry,
uint32_t                      server_index
);


PARAMETERS:

entry

This parameter is the interrupt server entry to move.

server_index

This parameter is the index of the destination interrupt server. The constant RTEMS_INTERRUPT_SERVER_DEFAULT may be used to specify the default interrupt server.

RETURN VALUES:

RTEMS_SUCCESSFUL

The requested operation was successful.

RTEMS_INVALID_ID

There was no interrupt server associated with the index specified by server_index.

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within device driver initialization context.

• The directive may be called from within task context.

• The directive may obtain and release the object allocator mutex. This may cause the calling task to be preempted.

• The interrupt server entry shall have been initialized by rtems_interrupt_server_entry_initialize() and further optional calls to rtems_interrupt_server_action_prepend().

• The directive shall not be called concurrently with rtems_interrupt_server_action_prepend() with the same interrupt server entry. Calling the directive under this condition is undefined behaviour.

• The directive shall not be called concurrently with rtems_interrupt_server_entry_move() with the same interrupt server entry. Calling the directive under this condition is undefined behaviour.

• The directive shall not be called concurrently with rtems_interrupt_server_entry_submit() with the same interrupt server entry. Calling the directive under this condition is undefined behaviour.

• The directive shall not be called while the interrupt server entry is pending on or serviced by its current interrupt server. Calling the directive under these conditions is undefined behaviour.

## 8.4.52. rtems_interrupt_server_request_initialize()¶

Initializes the interrupt server request.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

rtems_status_code rtems_interrupt_server_request_initialize(
uint32_t                        server_index,
rtems_interrupt_server_request *request,
rtems_interrupt_handler         routine,
void                           *arg
);


PARAMETERS:

server_index

This parameter is the interrupt server index. The constant RTEMS_INTERRUPT_SERVER_DEFAULT may be used to specify the default interrupt server.

request

This parameter is the interrupt server request to initialize.

routine

This parameter is the interrupt handler routine for the request action.

arg

This parameter is the interrupt handler argument for the request action.

RETURN VALUES:

RTEMS_SUCCESSFUL

The requested operation was successful.

RTEMS_INVALID_ID

There was no interrupt server associated with the index specified by server_index.

NOTES:

An interrupt server requests consists of an interrupt server entry and exactly one interrupt server action. The interrupt vector of the request may be changed with rtems_interrupt_server_request_set_vector(). Interrupt server requests may be submitted to get serviced by the interrupt server with rtems_interrupt_server_request_submit(). Requests may be destroyed by rtems_interrupt_server_request_destroy().

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within device driver initialization context.

• The directive may be called from within task context.

• The directive may obtain and release the object allocator mutex. This may cause the calling task to be preempted.

## 8.4.53. rtems_interrupt_server_request_set_vector()¶

Sets the interrupt vector in the interrupt server request.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

void rtems_interrupt_server_request_set_vector(
rtems_interrupt_server_request *request,
rtems_vector_number             vector
);


PARAMETERS:

request

This parameter is the interrupt server request to change.

vector

This parameter is the interrupt vector number to be used by the request.

NOTES:

By default, the interrupt vector of an interrupt server request is set to a special value which is outside the range of vectors supported by the interrupt controller hardware.

Calls to rtems_interrupt_server_request_submit() will disable the interrupt vector of the request. After processing of the request by the interrupt server the interrupt vector will be enabled again.

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within interrupt context.

• The directive may be called from within device driver initialization context.

• The directive may be called from within task context.

• The directive will not cause the calling task to be preempted.

• The interrupt server request shall have been initialized by rtems_interrupt_server_request_initialize().

• The directive shall not be called concurrently with rtems_interrupt_server_request_set_vector() with the same interrupt server request. Calling the directive under this condition is undefined behaviour.

• The directive shall not be called concurrently with rtems_interrupt_server_request_submit() with the same interrupt server request. Calling the directive under this condition is undefined behaviour.

• The directive shall not be called while the interrupt server entry is pending on or serviced by its current interrupt server. Calling the directive under these conditions is undefined behaviour.

## 8.4.54. rtems_interrupt_server_request_destroy()¶

Destroys the interrupt server request.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

void rtems_interrupt_server_request_destroy(
rtems_interrupt_server_request *request
);


PARAMETERS:

request

This parameter is the interrupt server request to destroy.

NOTES:

No error checking is performed by the directive.

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within task context.

• The directive shall not be called from within the context of an interrupt server. Calling the directive from within the context of an interrupt server is undefined behaviour.

• The directive sends a request to another task and waits for a response. This may cause the calling task to be blocked and unblocked.

• The interrupt server request shall have been initialized by rtems_interrupt_server_request_initialize().

## 8.4.55. rtems_interrupt_server_request_submit()¶

Submits the interrupt server request to be serviced by the interrupt server.

CALLING SEQUENCE:

void rtems_interrupt_server_request_submit(
rtems_interrupt_server_request *request
);


PARAMETERS:

request

This parameter is the interrupt server request to submit.

DESCRIPTION:

The directive appends the interrupt server entry of the request to the pending entries of the interrupt server. The interrupt server is notified that a new entry is pending. Once the interrupt server is scheduled it services the actions of all pending entries.

NOTES:

This directive may be used to do a two-step interrupt processing. The first step is done from within interrupt context by a call to this directive. The second step is then done from within the context of the interrupt server.

No error checking is performed by the directive.

A submitted request may be destroyed by rtems_interrupt_server_request_destroy().

CONSTRAINTS:

The following constraints apply to this directive:

• The directive may be called from within interrupt context.

• The directive may be called from within device driver initialization context.

• The directive may be called from within task context.

• The directive may unblock a task. This may cause the calling task to be preempted.

• The interrupt server request shall have been initialized by rtems_interrupt_server_request_initialize().

• The directive shall not be called concurrently with rtems_interrupt_server_request_set_vector() with the same interrupt server request. Calling the directive under this condition is undefined behaviour.