Changed all (I think) files using CRLF to use LF.
[can-benchmark.git] / rtems / gw / libs / load.c
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-#include <stdio.h>\r
-\r
-#include <pthread.h>\r
-#include <semaphore.h>\r
-\r
-#include "load.h"\r
-\r
-/* Load function for threads. */\r
-static void* produce(void* arg);\r
-static void* consume(void* arg);\r
-\r
-/* semaphores for consumer/producer pair */\r
-static sem_t produced, consumed;\r
-/* pthread handles for the loader */\r
-static pthread_t consumer, producer;\r
-static int n = 0;\r
-static char running = 0;\r
-\r
-static void* produce(void* arg){\r
-    while (1) {\r
-            sem_wait(&consumed);\r
-            n++; \r
-            sem_post(&produced);\r
-            pthread_testcancel();\r
-    }\r
-    return NULL;\r
-}       \r
-\r
-static void* consume(void* arg){\r
-    while (1) {\r
-            sem_wait(&produced);\r
-            n--;\r
-            sem_post(&consumed);\r
-            pthread_testcancel();\r
-    }\r
-    return NULL;\r
-}\r
-\r
-/*\r
-* This function starts threads loading the CPU and creates associated semaphores. \r
-* \r
-* Has a guard to prevent starting again, before it was stopped.\r
-*\r
-* No error handling currently, only tries to report errors.\r
-*/\r
-int start_thread_load(){\r
-    if (running == 0){\r
-        printf("Attempting to start load.\n");\r
-        int res;\r
-        running = 1;\r
-        res = sem_init(&consumed, 0, 0);\r
-        if (res < 0){\r
-            printf("Couldn't initialize consumed semaphore.\n");\r
-            return 1;\r
-        }\r
-        res = sem_init(&produced, 0, 1);\r
-        if (res < 0){\r
-            printf("Couldn't initialize produced semaphore.\n");\r
-            return 1;\r
-        }\r
-        \r
-        res = pthread_create(&producer, NULL, produce, NULL);\r
-        if (res < 0){\r
-            printf("Couldn't create producer thread.\n");\r
-            return 1;\r
-        }\r
-        \r
-        res = pthread_create(&consumer, NULL, consume, NULL);\r
-        if (res < 0){\r
-            printf("Couldn't create consumer thread.\n");\r
-            return 1;\r
-        }\r
-    \r
-        pthread_detach(producer);\r
-        pthread_detach(consumer);\r
-        printf("Load started succesfully.\n");\r
-        return 0;\r
-    } else {\r
-        printf("Load is already running.\n");\r
-        return 0;\r
-    }\r
-}\r
-\r
-/*\r
-* This function stops threads loading the CPU and destroys associated semaphores. \r
-*\r
-* Has a guard against attempting to stop the threads if they are not running.\r
-* \r
-* No error handling currently, only tries to report errors.\r
-*/\r
-int end_thread_load(){\r
-    if (running == 1){\r
-        int res;\r
-        printf("Attempting to cancel producer thread.\n");\r
-        res = pthread_cancel(producer);\r
-        if (res != 0){\r
-            /* This means that sending cancel signal has failed... Just returning an error should be enough. */\r
-            /* If we killed the thread, destroying the semaphore would lead to UB. */\r
-            printf("Failed.\n");\r
-            return 1;\r
-        }\r
-\r
-        printf("Attempting to cancel consumer thread.\n");\r
-        res = pthread_cancel(consumer);\r
-        if (res != 0){\r
-            /* Same here. */\r
-            printf("Failed.\n");\r
-            return 1;\r
-        }\r
-\r
-        printf("Preparing to destroy semaphores.\n");\r
-        /* Wait a bit so that the threads can get to a cancellation point. */\r
-        sleep(1);\r
-        sem_destroy(&produced);\r
-        sem_destroy(&consumed);\r
-        running = 0;\r
-        printf("Finished.\n");\r
-        return 0;\r
-    } else {\r
-        printf("Load is not running.\n");\r
-        return 0;\r
-    }\r
+#include <stdio.h>
+
+#include <pthread.h>
+#include <semaphore.h>
+
+#include "load.h"
+
+/* Load function for threads. */
+static void* produce(void* arg);
+static void* consume(void* arg);
+
+/* semaphores for consumer/producer pair */
+static sem_t produced, consumed;
+/* pthread handles for the loader */
+static pthread_t consumer, producer;
+static int n = 0;
+static char running = 0;
+
+static void* produce(void* arg){
+    while (1) {
+            sem_wait(&consumed);
+            n++; 
+            sem_post(&produced);
+            pthread_testcancel();
+    }
+    return NULL;
+}       
+
+static void* consume(void* arg){
+    while (1) {
+            sem_wait(&produced);
+            n--;
+            sem_post(&consumed);
+            pthread_testcancel();
+    }
+    return NULL;
+}
+
+/*
+* This function starts threads loading the CPU and creates associated semaphores. 
+* 
+* Has a guard to prevent starting again, before it was stopped.
+*
+* No error handling currently, only tries to report errors.
+*/
+int start_thread_load(){
+    if (running == 0){
+        printf("Attempting to start load.\n");
+        int res;
+        running = 1;
+        res = sem_init(&consumed, 0, 0);
+        if (res < 0){
+            printf("Couldn't initialize consumed semaphore.\n");
+            return 1;
+        }
+        res = sem_init(&produced, 0, 1);
+        if (res < 0){
+            printf("Couldn't initialize produced semaphore.\n");
+            return 1;
+        }
+        
+        res = pthread_create(&producer, NULL, produce, NULL);
+        if (res < 0){
+            printf("Couldn't create producer thread.\n");
+            return 1;
+        }
+        
+        res = pthread_create(&consumer, NULL, consume, NULL);
+        if (res < 0){
+            printf("Couldn't create consumer thread.\n");
+            return 1;
+        }
+    
+        pthread_detach(producer);
+        pthread_detach(consumer);
+        printf("Load started succesfully.\n");
+        return 0;
+    } else {
+        printf("Load is already running.\n");
+        return 0;
+    }
+}
+
+/*
+* This function stops threads loading the CPU and destroys associated semaphores. 
+*
+* Has a guard against attempting to stop the threads if they are not running.
+* 
+* No error handling currently, only tries to report errors.
+*/
+int end_thread_load(){
+    if (running == 1){
+        int res;
+        printf("Attempting to cancel producer thread.\n");
+        res = pthread_cancel(producer);
+        if (res != 0){
+            /* This means that sending cancel signal has failed... Just returning an error should be enough. */
+            /* If we killed the thread, destroying the semaphore would lead to UB. */
+            printf("Failed.\n");
+            return 1;
+        }
+
+        printf("Attempting to cancel consumer thread.\n");
+        res = pthread_cancel(consumer);
+        if (res != 0){
+            /* Same here. */
+            printf("Failed.\n");
+            return 1;
+        }
+
+        printf("Preparing to destroy semaphores.\n");
+        /* Wait a bit so that the threads can get to a cancellation point. */
+        sleep(1);
+        sem_destroy(&produced);
+        sem_destroy(&consumed);
+        running = 0;
+        printf("Finished.\n");
+        return 0;
+    } else {
+        printf("Load is not running.\n");
+        return 0;
+    }
 }
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