[j-sim-users] Time in j-sim
tyanh at ieee.org
Mon Apr 24 02:27:44 CDT 2006
Instead of a simulation runtime, try using drcl.comp.ARuntime as the
runtime. ARuntime is not a simulation runtime, meaning that
everything occurs in real time.
If you use Tcl, specify:
attach_runtime ?<# of threads, default=1>? .
On 4/23/06, zakaria Hakim <zakariasim at yahoo.com> wrote:
> While testing some code that i am porting to j-sim, i
> found a problem related to time.
> In my application i have two threads.Once one thread
> is running,it is stopped if an event occurs in the
> other thread. But this event does not occur until the
> current thread ends.This is not the case when the
> application is runned outside j-sim.
> So made someexperimentswith j-sim:
> i runned 1 milliard iterations.And a message is
> displayed with the current time (using the
> function"getTime()") each 1 hundred millions. Each
> iteration takes about 5 seconds before displaying the
> following message. But what is very surprising,is that
> the time displayed is the same for every iteration.
> So,i found that j-sim gives the same time for events
> that don't occur in the same time.
> Somebody can explain this to me?
> In my case i want to have the real time for every task
> processed, is there anyway to do this?
> Thank you
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