GOMP_RTEMS_THREAD_POOLS– Set the RTEMS specific thread pools ¶
This environment variable is only used on the RTEMS real-time operating system.
It determines the scheduler instance specific thread pools. The format for
GOMP_RTEMS_THREAD_POOLS is a list of optional
<thread-pool-count>is the thread pool count for this scheduler instance.
$<priority>is an optional priority for the worker threads of a thread pool according to
pthread_setschedparam. In case a priority value is omitted, then a worker thread will inherit the priority of the OpenMP primary thread that created it. The priority of the worker thread is not changed after creation, even if a new OpenMP primary thread using the worker has a different priority.
@<scheduler-name>is the scheduler instance name according to the RTEMS application configuration.
In case no thread pool configuration is specified for a scheduler instance,
then each OpenMP primary thread of this scheduler instance will use its own
dynamically allocated thread pool. To limit the worker thread count of the
thread pools, each OpenMP primary thread must call
Lets suppose we have three scheduler instances
GOMP_RTEMS_THREAD_POOLS set to
"1@WRK0:3$4@WRK1". Then there are no thread pool restrictions for
IO. In the scheduler instance
WRK0 there is
one thread pool available. Since no priority is specified for this scheduler
instance, the worker thread inherits the priority of the OpenMP primary thread
that created it. In the scheduler instance
WRK1 there are three thread
pools available and their worker threads run at priority four.