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LATENCY(1)							      Xenomai								LATENCY(1)

latency - Xenomai timer latency benchmark SYNOPSIS
latency [options] DESCRIPTION
latency is part of the Xenomai test suite. It is a timer latency benchmark program. The system must run a suitable Xenomai enabled kernel with the respective module (xeno_timerbench). OPTIONS
latency accepts the following options: -h print histograms of min, avg, max latencies -s print statistics of min, avg, max latencies -H <histogram-size> default = 200, increase if your last bucket is full -B <bucket-size> default = 1000ns, decrease for more resolution -p <period_us> sampling period -l <data-lines per header> default=21, 0 to supress headers -T <test_duration_seconds> default=0, so ^C to end -q supresses RTD, RTH lines if -T is used -D <testing_device_no> number of testing device, default=0 -t <test_mode> 0=user task (default), 1=kernel task, 2=timer IRQ -f freeze trace for each new max latency -c <cpu> pin measuring task down to given CPU -P <priority> task priority (test mode 0 and 1 only) AUTHOR
latency was written by Philippe Gerum <>. This man page was written by Roland Stigge <>. 2.6.0 2008-04-19 LATENCY(1)

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RTCANRECV(1)							      Xenomai							      RTCANRECV(1)

rtcanrecv - Xenomai tool for receiving CAN messages SYNOPSIS
rtcanrecv [<can-interface>] [Options] DESCRIPTION
rtcanrecv is part of Xenomai. It is used to receive messages via a CAN interface. The system must run a suitable Xenomai enabled kernel with the respective module (xeno_native and the CAN driver). OPTIONS
<can-interface> is the CAN interface file. rtcanrecv accepts the following options: -f, --filter=id:mask[:id:mask]... apply filter -e, --error=mask receive error messages -t, --timeout=MS timeout in ms -T, --timestamp with absolute timestamp -R, --timestamp-rel with relative timestamp -v, --verbose be verbose -p, --print=MODULO print every MODULO message -h, --help this help SEE ALSO
rtcanconfig(1), rtcanrecv(1) AUTHORS
rtcanrecv was written by Wolfgang Grandegger <>, Jan Kiszka <> and Philippe Gerum <>. This man page was written by Roland Stigge <>. 2.6.0 2008-04-19 RTCANRECV(1)
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