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Re: Driver for AT86RF

Tomasz Bursztyka
 

Hi,

There is a plan, at leat I'd like to get that device supported for
15.4. For instance to support the openlabs daughter board (it's the
ATRF 233 variant on it).

Would you be willing to make a native driver for it?

Tomasz

Hello developer team,

are there any plans to include drivers for the Atmel AT86RF
radio modules in the Zephyr project?

Best,
Mathias
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Re: Running bluetooth examples using qemu

Primini
 

Hi Johan,

Disabling host flow control using the option that you mentioned the sample works fine.
I will take care some side effects because of this configuration, thanks for the advice.

Have a nice day,

Primini



On Wed, Nov 22, 2017 at 8:40 AM, Johan Hedberg <johan.hedberg@...> wrote:
Hi Tiago,

On Wed, Nov 22, 2017, Tiago Primini wrote:
> < HCI Command: Host Buffer Size (0x03|0x0033) plen 7
>         ACL MTU: 27   ACL max packet: 6
>         SCO MTU: 0    SCO max packet: 0
> > HCI Event: Command Complete (0x0e) plen 4
>       Host Buffer Size (0x03|0x0033) ncmd 1
>         Status: Invalid HCI Command Parameters (0x12)

This looks like the reason for the failure. I.e. your PC's Broadcom
controller doesn't like the Host Buffer Size HCI command that Zephyr
sends, causing the Zephyr Bluetooth initialization to fail.

As per the Bluetooth Core Specification, there's nothing inherently
invalid about the parameters Zephyr gives your controller, despite it
claiming otherwise. It could simply be that this less often used feature
is either missing or incorrectly implemented in your controller.

There are two options from here:

 1. Use another controller.

 2. Disable the Host flow control feature in Zephyr, i.e. set
 CONFIG_BT_HCI_ACL_FLOW_CONTROL=n in your configuration.

The second option may have some unwanted side effects, and possibly
require you to increase the Zephyr host buffer count to compensate for
the lack of flow control (CONFIG_BT_RX_BUF_COUNT option). However it may
be the most practical one in the short term.

Johan


workq test pattern failure, must the CONFIG_POLL be opened?

曹子龙
 

Hi all:

  i run the workqueue test case on test/kernel/workq dirctory,  but seems alwasy failure because of  "first_pending_thread" valid on below function , so the put workq operation return without success.  Did this mandatory ? must CONFIG_POLL  if wanna wrokq work? 

thanks for your support

void k_queue_insert(struct k_queue *queue, void *prev, void *data)
{
unsigned int key = irq_lock();
#if !defined(CONFIG_POLL)
struct k_thread *first_pending_thread;

first_pending_thread = _unpend_first_thread(&queue->wait_q);

if (first_pending_thread) {
prepare_thread_to_run(first_pending_thread, data);
if (!_is_in_isr() && _must_switch_threads()) {
(void)_Swap(key);
return;
}
irq_unlock(key);
return;
}
#endif /* !CONFIG_POLL */

sys_slist_insert(&queue->data_q, prev, data);

#if defined(CONFIG_POLL)
if (handle_poll_events(queue)) {
(void)_Swap(key);
return;
}
#endif /* CONFIG_POLL */

irq_unlock(key);
}



 


Re: Running bluetooth examples using qemu

Johan Hedberg
 

Hi Tiago,

On Wed, Nov 22, 2017, Tiago Primini wrote:
< HCI Command: Host Buffer Size (0x03|0x0033) plen 7
ACL MTU: 27 ACL max packet: 6
SCO MTU: 0 SCO max packet: 0
HCI Event: Command Complete (0x0e) plen 4
Host Buffer Size (0x03|0x0033) ncmd 1
Status: Invalid HCI Command Parameters (0x12)
This looks like the reason for the failure. I.e. your PC's Broadcom
controller doesn't like the Host Buffer Size HCI command that Zephyr
sends, causing the Zephyr Bluetooth initialization to fail.

As per the Bluetooth Core Specification, there's nothing inherently
invalid about the parameters Zephyr gives your controller, despite it
claiming otherwise. It could simply be that this less often used feature
is either missing or incorrectly implemented in your controller.

There are two options from here:

1. Use another controller.

2. Disable the Host flow control feature in Zephyr, i.e. set
CONFIG_BT_HCI_ACL_FLOW_CONTROL=n in your configuration.

The second option may have some unwanted side effects, and possibly
require you to increase the Zephyr host buffer count to compensate for
the lack of flow control (CONFIG_BT_RX_BUF_COUNT option). However it may
be the most practical one in the short term.

Johan


Re: Running bluetooth examples using qemu

Primini
 

Hi Johan,

from the host side I got btmon's log:

$ sudo btmon
Bluetooth monitor ver 5.47
= Note: Linux version 4.10.0-38-generic (x86_64)                                                          0.606132
= Note: Bluetooth subsystem version 2.22                                                                  0.606133
= New Index: 94:E9:79:F0:F7:AC (Primary,USB,hci0)                                                  [hci0] 0.606133
@ MGMT Open: bluetoothd (privileged) version 1.14                                                {0x0001} 0.606134
@ MGMT Open: btmon (privileged) version 1.14                                                     {0x0002} 0.606178
@ MGMT Event: Index Removed (0x0005) plen 0                                               {0x0002} [hci0] 4.637973
@ MGMT Event: Index Removed (0x0005) plen 0                                               {0x0001} [hci0] 4.637973
= Open Index: 94:E9:79:F0:F7:AC                                                                    [hci0] 4.637996
= Index Info: 94:E9:79:F0:F7:AC (Qualcomm)                                                         [hci0] 4.637996
@ USER Open: btproxy (privileged) version 2.22                                            {0x0003} [hci0] 4.638000
= bluetoothd: Endpoint unregistered: sender=:1.78 path=/MediaEndpoint/A2DPSource                          4.638071
= bluetoothd: Endpoint unregistered: sender=:1.78 path=/MediaEndpoint/A2DPSink                            4.638097
< HCI Command: Reset (0x03|0x0003) plen 0                                                       #1 [hci0] 4.926275
> HCI Event: Command Complete (0x0e) plen 4                                                     #2 [hci0] 4.981050
      Reset (0x03|0x0003) ncmd 1
        Status: Success (0x00)
< HCI Command: Read Local Supported Features (0x04|0x0003) plen 0                               #3 [hci0] 4.987188
> HCI Event: Command Complete (0x0e) plen 12                                                    #4 [hci0] 4.987983
      Read Local Supported Features (0x04|0x0003) ncmd 1
        Status: Success (0x00)
        Features: 0xff 0xfe 0x8f 0xfe 0xd8 0x3f 0x5b 0x87
          3 slot packets
          5 slot packets
          Encryption
          Slot offset
          Timing accuracy
          Role switch
          Hold mode
          Sniff mode
          Power control requests
          Channel quality driven data rate (CQDDR)
          SCO link
          HV2 packets
          HV3 packets
          u-law log synchronous data
          A-law log synchronous data
          CVSD synchronous data
          Paging parameter negotiation
          Power control
          Transparent synchronous data
          Broadcast Encryption
          Enhanced Data Rate ACL 2 Mbps mode
          Enhanced Data Rate ACL 3 Mbps mode
          Enhanced inquiry scan
          Interlaced inquiry scan
          Interlaced page scan
          RSSI with inquiry results
          Extended SCO link (EV3 packets)
          AFH capable slave
          AFH classification slave
          LE Supported (Controller)
          3-slot Enhanced Data Rate ACL packets
          5-slot Enhanced Data Rate ACL packets
          Sniff subrating
          Pause encryption
          AFH capable master
          AFH classification master
          Enhanced Data Rate eSCO 2 Mbps mode
          Extended Inquiry Response
          Simultaneous LE and BR/EDR (Controller)
          Secure Simple Pairing
          Encapsulated PDU
          Non-flushable Packet Boundary Flag
          Link Supervision Timeout Changed Event
          Inquiry TX Power Level
          Enhanced Power Control
          Extended features
< HCI Command: Read Local Version Information (0x04|0x0001) plen 0                              #5 [hci0] 4.992170
> HCI Event: Command Complete (0x0e) plen 12                                                    #6 [hci0] 4.992985
      Read Local Version Information (0x04|0x0001) ncmd 1
        Status: Success (0x00)
        HCI version: Bluetooth 4.1 (0x07) - Revision 0 (0x0000)
        LMP version: Bluetooth 4.1 (0x07) - Subversion 602 (0x025a)
        Manufacturer: Qualcomm (29)
< HCI Command: Read BD ADDR (0x04|0x0009) plen 0                                                #7 [hci0] 4.998724
> HCI Event: Command Complete (0x0e) plen 10                                                    #8 [hci0] 4.998982
      Read BD ADDR (0x04|0x0009) ncmd 1
        Status: Success (0x00)
        Address: 94:E9:79:F0:F7:AC (OUI 94-E9-79)
< HCI Command: Read Local Supported Commands (0x04|0x0002) plen 0                               #9 [hci0] 5.003114
> HCI Event: Command Complete (0x0e) plen 68                                                   #10 [hci0] 5.007980
      Read Local Supported Commands (0x04|0x0002) ncmd 1
        Status: Success (0x00)
        Commands: 197 entries
          Inquiry (Octet 0 - Bit 0)
          Inquiry Cancel (Octet 0 - Bit 1)
          Periodic Inquiry Mode (Octet 0 - Bit 2)
          Exit Periodic Inquiry Mode (Octet 0 - Bit 3)
          Create Connection (Octet 0 - Bit 4)
          Disconnect (Octet 0 - Bit 5)
          Add SCO Connection (Octet 0 - Bit 6)
          Create Connection Cancel (Octet 0 - Bit 7)
          Accept Connection Request (Octet 1 - Bit 0)
          Reject Connection Request (Octet 1 - Bit 1)
          Link Key Request Reply (Octet 1 - Bit 2)
          Link Key Request Negative Reply (Octet 1 - Bit 3)
          PIN Code Request Reply (Octet 1 - Bit 4)
          PIN Code Request Negative Reply (Octet 1 - Bit 5)
          Change Connection Packet Type (Octet 1 - Bit 6)
          Authentication Requested (Octet 1 - Bit 7)
          Set Connection Encryption (Octet 2 - Bit 0)
          Change Connection Link Key (Octet 2 - Bit 1)
          Master Link Key (Octet 2 - Bit 2)
          Remote Name Request (Octet 2 - Bit 3)
          Remote Name Request Cancel (Octet 2 - Bit 4)
          Read Remote Supported Features (Octet 2 - Bit 5)
          Read Remote Extended Features (Octet 2 - Bit 6)
          Read Remote Version Information (Octet 2 - Bit 7)
          Read Clock Offset (Octet 3 - Bit 0)
          Read LMP Handle (Octet 3 - Bit 1)
          Hold Mode (Octet 4 - Bit 1)
          Sniff Mode (Octet 4 - Bit 2)
          Exit Sniff Mode (Octet 4 - Bit 3)
          QoS Setup (Octet 4 - Bit 6)
          Role Discovery (Octet 4 - Bit 7)
          Switch Role (Octet 5 - Bit 0)
          Read Link Policy Settings (Octet 5 - Bit 1)
          Write Link Policy Settings (Octet 5 - Bit 2)
          Read Default Link Policy Settings (Octet 5 - Bit 3)
          Write Default Link Policy Settings (Octet 5 - Bit 4)
          Flow Specification (Octet 5 - Bit 5)
          Set Event Mask (Octet 5 - Bit 6)
          Reset (Octet 5 - Bit 7)
          Set Event Filter (Octet 6 - Bit 0)
          Flush (Octet 6 - Bit 1)
          Read PIN Type (Octet 6 - Bit 2)
          Write PIN Type (Octet 6 - Bit 3)
          Read Stored Link Key (Octet 6 - Bit 5)
          Write Stored Link Key (Octet 6 - Bit 6)
          Delete Stored Link Key (Octet 6 - Bit 7)
          Write Local Name (Octet 7 - Bit 0)
          Read Local Name (Octet 7 - Bit 1)
          Read Connection Accept Timeout (Octet 7 - Bit 2)
          Write Connection Accept Timeout (Octet 7 - Bit 3)
          Read Page Timeout (Octet 7 - Bit 4)
          Write Page Timeout (Octet 7 - Bit 5)
          Read Scan Enable (Octet 7 - Bit 6)
          Write Scan Enable (Octet 7 - Bit 7)
          Read Page Scan Activity (Octet 8 - Bit 0)
          Write Page Scan Activity (Octet 8 - Bit 1)
          Read Inquiry Scan Activity (Octet 8 - Bit 2)
          Write Inquiry Scan Activity (Octet 8 - Bit 3)
          Read Authentication Enable (Octet 8 - Bit 4)
          Write Authentication Enable (Octet 8 - Bit 5)
          Read Encryption Mode (Octet 8 - Bit 6)
          Write Encryption Mode (Octet 8 - Bit 7)
          Read Class of Device (Octet 9 - Bit 0)
          Write Class of Device (Octet 9 - Bit 1)
          Read Voice Setting (Octet 9 - Bit 2)
          Write Voice Setting (Octet 9 - Bit 3)
          Read Automatic Flush Timeout (Octet 9 - Bit 4)
          Write Automatic Flush Timeout (Octet 9 - Bit 5)
          Read Num Broadcast Retransmissions (Octet 9 - Bit 6)
          Write Num Broadcast Retransmissions (Octet 9 - Bit 7)
          Read Hold Mode Activity (Octet 10 - Bit 0)
          Write Hold Mode Activity (Octet 10 - Bit 1)
          Read Transmit Power Level (Octet 10 - Bit 2)
          Read Sync Flow Control Enable (Octet 10 - Bit 3)
          Write Sync Flow Control Enable (Octet 10 - Bit 4)
          Set Controller To Host Flow Control (Octet 10 - Bit 5)
          Host Buffer Size (Octet 10 - Bit 6)
          Host Number of Completed Packets (Octet 10 - Bit 7)
          Read Link Supervision Timeout (Octet 11 - Bit 0)
          Write Link Supervision Timeout (Octet 11 - Bit 1)
          Read Number of Supported IAC (Octet 11 - Bit 2)
          Read Current IAC LAP (Octet 11 - Bit 3)
          Write Current IAC LAP (Octet 11 - Bit 4)
          Read Page Scan Period Mode (Octet 11 - Bit 5)
          Write Page Scan Period Mode (Octet 11 - Bit 6)
          Set AFH Host Channel Classification (Octet 12 - Bit 1)
          Read Inquiry Scan Type (Octet 12 - Bit 4)
          Write Inquiry Scan Type (Octet 12 - Bit 5)
          Read Inquiry Mode (Octet 12 - Bit 6)
          Write Inquiry Mode (Octet 12 - Bit 7)
          Read Page Scan Type (Octet 13 - Bit 0)
          Write Page Scan Type (Octet 13 - Bit 1)
          Read AFH Channel Assessment Mode (Octet 13 - Bit 2)
          Write AFH Channel Assessment Mode (Octet 13 - Bit 3)
          Read Local Version Information (Octet 14 - Bit 3)
          Read Local Supported Features (Octet 14 - Bit 5)
          Read Local Extended Features (Octet 14 - Bit 6)
          Read Buffer Size (Octet 14 - Bit 7)
          Read BD ADDR (Octet 15 - Bit 1)
          Read Failed Contact Counter (Octet 15 - Bit 2)
          Reset Failed Contact Counter (Octet 15 - Bit 3)
          Read Link Quality (Octet 15 - Bit 4)
          Read RSSI (Octet 15 - Bit 5)
          Read AFH Channel Map (Octet 15 - Bit 6)
          Read Clock (Octet 15 - Bit 7)
          Read Loopback Mode (Octet 16 - Bit 0)
          Write Loopback Mode (Octet 16 - Bit 1)
          Enable Device Under Test Mode (Octet 16 - Bit 2)
          Setup Synchronous Connection (Octet 16 - Bit 3)
          Accept Synchronous Connection Request (Octet 16 - Bit 4)
          Reject Synchronous Connection Request (Octet 16 - Bit 5)
          Read Extended Inquiry Response (Octet 17 - Bit 0)
          Write Extended Inquiry Response (Octet 17 - Bit 1)
          Refresh Encryption Key (Octet 17 - Bit 2)
          Sniff Subrating (Octet 17 - Bit 4)
          Read Simple Pairing Mode (Octet 17 - Bit 5)
          Write Simple Pairing Mode (Octet 17 - Bit 6)
          Read Local OOB Data (Octet 17 - Bit 7)
          Read Inquiry Response TX Power Level (Octet 18 - Bit 0)
          Write Inquiry Transmit Power Level (Octet 18 - Bit 1)
          IO Capability Request Reply (Octet 18 - Bit 7)
          User Confirmation Request Reply (Octet 19 - Bit 0)
          User Confirmation Request Neg Reply (Octet 19 - Bit 1)
          User Passkey Request Reply (Octet 19 - Bit 2)
          User Passkey Request Negative Reply (Octet 19 - Bit 3)
          Remote OOB Data Request Reply (Octet 19 - Bit 4)
          Write Simple Pairing Debug Mode (Octet 19 - Bit 5)
          Enhanced Flush (Octet 19 - Bit 6)
          Remote OOB Data Request Neg Reply (Octet 19 - Bit 7)
          Send Keypress Notification (Octet 20 - Bit 2)
          IO Capability Request Negative Reply (Octet 20 - Bit 3)
          Read Encryption Key Size (Octet 20 - Bit 4)
          Read Enhanced Transmit Power Level (Octet 24 - Bit 0)
          Read LE Host Supported (Octet 24 - Bit 5)
          Write LE Host Supported (Octet 24 - Bit 6)
          LE Set Event Mask (Octet 25 - Bit 0)
          LE Read Buffer Size (Octet 25 - Bit 1)
          LE Read Local Supported Features (Octet 25 - Bit 2)
          Octet 25 - Bit 3 
          LE Set Random Address (Octet 25 - Bit 4)
          LE Set Advertising Parameters (Octet 25 - Bit 5)
          LE Read Advertising Channel TX Power (Octet 25 - Bit 6)
          LE Set Advertising Data (Octet 25 - Bit 7)
          LE Set Scan Response Data (Octet 26 - Bit 0)
          LE Set Advertise Enable (Octet 26 - Bit 1)
          LE Set Scan Parameters (Octet 26 - Bit 2)
          LE Set Scan Enable (Octet 26 - Bit 3)
          LE Create Connection (Octet 26 - Bit 4)
          LE Create Connection Cancel (Octet 26 - Bit 5)
          LE Read White List Size (Octet 26 - Bit 6)
          LE Clear White List (Octet 26 - Bit 7)
          LE Add Device To White List (Octet 27 - Bit 0)
          LE Remove Device From White List (Octet 27 - Bit 1)
          LE Connection Update (Octet 27 - Bit 2)
          LE Set Host Channel Classification (Octet 27 - Bit 3)
          LE Read Channel Map (Octet 27 - Bit 4)
          LE Read Remote Used Features (Octet 27 - Bit 5)
          LE Encrypt (Octet 27 - Bit 6)
          LE Rand (Octet 27 - Bit 7)
          LE Start Encryption (Octet 28 - Bit 0)
          LE Long Term Key Request Reply (Octet 28 - Bit 1)
          LE Long Term Key Request Neg Reply (Octet 28 - Bit 2)
          LE Read Supported States (Octet 28 - Bit 3)
          LE Receiver Test (Octet 28 - Bit 4)
          LE Transmitter Test (Octet 28 - Bit 5)
          LE Test End (Octet 28 - Bit 6)
          Octet 29 - Bit 1 
          Octet 29 - Bit 2 
          Set External Frame Configuration (Octet 29 - Bit 7)
          Set Triggered Clock Capture (Octet 30 - Bit 5)
          Set Connectionless Slave Broadcast (Octet 31 - Bit 0)
          Start Synchronization Train (Octet 31 - Bit 2)
          Set Reserved LT_ADDR (Octet 31 - Bit 4)
          Delete Reserved LT_ADDR (Octet 31 - Bit 5)
          Set Connectionless Slave Broadcast Data (Octet 31 - Bit 6)
          Read Synchronization Train Parameters (Octet 31 - Bit 7)
          Write Synchronization Train Parameters (Octet 32 - Bit 0)
          Remote OOB Extended Data Request Reply (Octet 32 - Bit 1)
          Read Secure Connections Host Support (Octet 32 - Bit 2)
          Write Secure Connections Host Support (Octet 32 - Bit 3)
          Read Authenticated Payload Timeout (Octet 32 - Bit 4)
          Write Authenticated Payload Timeout (Octet 32 - Bit 5)
          Read Local OOB Extended Data (Octet 32 - Bit 6)
          Write Secure Connections Test Mode (Octet 32 - Bit 7)
          LE Remote Connection Parameter Request Reply (Octet 33 - Bit 4)
          LE Remote Connection Parameter Request Negative Reply (Octet 33 - Bit 5)
          LE Set Data Length (Octet 33 - Bit 6)
          LE Read Suggested Default Data Length (Octet 33 - Bit 7)
          LE Write Suggested Default Data Length (Octet 34 - Bit 0)
          LE Add Device To Resolving List (Octet 34 - Bit 3)
          LE Remove Device From Resolving List (Octet 34 - Bit 4)
          LE Clear Resolving List (Octet 34 - Bit 5)
          LE Read Resolving List Size (Octet 34 - Bit 6)
          LE Read Peer Resolvable Address (Octet 34 - Bit 7)
          LE Read Local Resolvable Address (Octet 35 - Bit 0)
          LE Set Address Resolution Enable (Octet 35 - Bit 1)
          LE Set Resolvable Private Address Timeout (Octet 35 - Bit 2)
< HCI Command: LE Rand (0x08|0x0018) plen 0                                                    #11 [hci0] 5.013827
> HCI Event: Command Complete (0x0e) plen 12                                                   #12 [hci0] 5.027016
      LE Rand (0x08|0x0018) ncmd 1
        Status: Success (0x00)
        Random number: 0xfee61e7ec62bf826
< HCI Command: LE Rand (0x08|0x0018) plen 0                                                    #13 [hci0] 5.031928
> HCI Event: Command Complete (0x0e) plen 12                                                   #14 [hci0] 5.045023
      LE Rand (0x08|0x0018) ncmd 1
        Status: Success (0x00)
        Random number: 0x1c276afe7740c4ff
< HCI Command: LE Rand (0x08|0x0018) plen 0                                                    #15 [hci0] 5.049313
> HCI Event: Command Complete (0x0e) plen 12                                                   #16 [hci0] 5.061988
      LE Rand (0x08|0x0018) ncmd 1
        Status: Success (0x00)
        Random number: 0xf621069453ac7a2d
< HCI Command: LE Rand (0x08|0x0018) plen 0                                                    #17 [hci0] 5.065359
> HCI Event: Command Complete (0x0e) plen 12                                                   #18 [hci0] 5.078030
      LE Rand (0x08|0x0018) ncmd 1
        Status: Success (0x00)
        Random number: 0xc6aa3953c9833a10
< HCI Command: LE Rand (0x08|0x0018) plen 0                                                    #19 [hci0] 5.081638
> HCI Event: Command Complete (0x0e) plen 12                                                   #20 [hci0] 5.095012
      LE Rand (0x08|0x0018) ncmd 1
        Status: Success (0x00)
        Random number: 0x88ac296b87c13816
< HCI Command: Host Buffer Size (0x03|0x0033) plen 7                                           #21 [hci0] 5.099430
        ACL MTU: 27   ACL max packet: 6
        SCO MTU: 0    SCO max packet: 0
> HCI Event: Command Complete (0x0e) plen 4                                                    #22 [hci0] 5.099979
      Host Buffer Size (0x03|0x0033) ncmd 1
        Status: Invalid HCI Command Parameters (0x12)


And on the bluetooth central example side the log is:

[bt] [DBG] hci_tx_thread: (0x00401380) Started
[bt] [DBG] hci_tx_thread: (0x00401380) Calling k_poll with 2 events
[bt] [DBG] h4_open: (0x00401920) 
[bt] [DBG] rx_thread: (0x00401020) started
[bt] [DBG] rx_thread: (0x00401020) rx.buf 0x00000000
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_create: (0x00401920) opcode 0x0c03 param_len 0
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_create: (0x00401920) buf 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_send_sync: (0x00401920) buf 0x004022c0 opcode 0x0c03 len 3
[bt] [DBG] process_events: (0x00401380) count 2
[bt] [DBG] process_events: (0x00401380) ev->state 4
[bt] [DBG] send_cmd: (0x00401380) calling net_buf_get
[bt] [DBG] send_cmd: (0x00401380) calling sem_take_wait
[bt] [DBG] send_cmd: (0x00401380) Sending command 0x0c03 (buf 0x004022c0) to driver
[bt] [DBG] bt_send: (0x00401380) buf 0x004022c0 len 3 type 0
[bt] [DBG] h4_send: (0x00401380) buf 0x004022c0 type 0 len 3
[bt] [DBG] process_events: (0x00401380) ev->state 0
[bt] [DBG] hci_tx_thread: (0x00401380) Calling k_poll with 2 events
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 0 discard 0 have_hdr 0 rx.buf 0x00000000 len 0
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 2 discard 0 have_hdr 0 rx.buf 0x00000000 len 0
[bt] [DBG] get_evt_hdr: (0x004018c0) Got event header. Payload 4 bytes
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 4 discard 0 have_hdr 1 rx.buf 0x00000000 len 0
[bt] [DBG] get_rx: (0x004018c0) type 0x04, evt 0x0e
[bt] [DBG] bt_buf_get_cmd_complete: (0x004018c0) sent_cmd 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Allocated rx.buf 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) got 4 bytes, remaining 0
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Payload (len 6): 0e0401030c00
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Calling bt_recv_prio(0x004022c0)
[bt] [DBG] hci_cmd_complete: (0x004018c0) opcode 0x0c03
[bt] [DBG] hci_cmd_done: (0x004018c0) opcode 0x0c03 status 0x00 buf 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_send_sync: (0x00401920) opcode 0x0c03 status 0x00
[bt] [DBG] hci_reset_complete: (0x00401920) status 0
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_create: (0x00401920) opcode 0x1003 param_len 0
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_create: (0x00401920) buf 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_send_sync: (0x00401920) buf 0x004022c0 opcode 0x1003 len 3
[bt] [DBG] process_events: (0x00401380) count 2
[bt] [DBG] process_events: (0x00401380) ev->state 4
[bt] [DBG] send_cmd: (0x00401380) calling net_buf_get
[bt] [DBG] send_cmd: (0x00401380) calling sem_take_wait
[bt] [DBG] send_cmd: (0x00401380) Sending command 0x1003 (buf 0x004022c0) to driver
[bt] [DBG] bt_send: (0x00401380) buf 0x004022c0 len 3 type 0
[bt] [DBG] h4_send: (0x00401380) buf 0x004022c0 type 0 len 3
[bt] [DBG] process_events: (0x00401380) ev->state 0
[bt] [DBG] hci_tx_thread: (0x00401380) Calling k_poll with 2 events
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 0 discard 0 have_hdr 0 rx.buf 0x00000000 len 0
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 2 discard 0 have_hdr 0 rx.buf 0x00000000 len 0
[bt] [DBG] get_evt_hdr: (0x004018c0) Got event header. Payload 12 bytes
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 12 discard 0 have_hdr 1 rx.buf 0x00000000 len 0
[bt] [DBG] get_rx: (0x004018c0) type 0x04, evt 0x0e
[bt] [DBG] bt_buf_get_cmd_complete: (0x004018c0) sent_cmd 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Allocated rx.buf 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) got 12 bytes, remaining 0
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Payload (len 14): 0e0c01031000fffe8ffed83f5b87
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Calling bt_recv_prio(0x004022c0)
[bt] [DBG] hci_cmd_complete: (0x004018c0) opcode 0x1003
[bt] [DBG] hci_cmd_done: (0x004018c0) opcode 0x1003 status 0x00 buf 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_send_sync: (0x00401920) opcode 0x1003 status 0x00
[bt] [DBG] read_local_features_complete: (0x00401920) status 0
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_create: (0x00401920) opcode 0x1001 param_len 0
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_create: (0x00401920) buf 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_send_sync: (0x00401920) buf 0x004022c0 opcode 0x1001 len 3
[bt] [DBG] process_events: (0x00401380) count 2
[bt] [DBG] process_events: (0x00401380) ev->state 4
[bt] [DBG] send_cmd: (0x00401380) calling net_buf_get
[bt] [DBG] send_cmd: (0x00401380) calling sem_take_wait
[bt] [DBG] send_cmd: (0x00401380) Sending command 0x1001 (buf 0x004022c0) to driver
[bt] [DBG] bt_send: (0x00401380) buf 0x004022c0 len 3 type 0
[bt] [DBG] h4_send: (0x00401380) buf 0x004022c0 type 0 len 3
[bt] [DBG] process_events: (0x00401380) ev->state 0
[bt] [DBG] hci_tx_thread: (0x00401380) Calling k_poll with 2 events
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 0 discard 0 have_hdr 0 rx.buf 0x00000000 len 0
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 2 discard 0 have_hdr 0 rx.buf 0x00000000 len 0
[bt] [DBG] get_evt_hdr: (0x004018c0) Got event header. Payload 12 bytes
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 12 discard 0 have_hdr 1 rx.buf 0x00000000 len 0
[bt] [DBG] get_rx: (0x004018c0) type 0x04, evt 0x0e
[bt] [DBG] bt_buf_get_cmd_complete: (0x004018c0) sent_cmd 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Allocated rx.buf 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) got 8 bytes, remaining 4
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Payload (len 10): 0e0c0101100007000007
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 4 discard 0 have_hdr 1 rx.buf 0x004022c0 len 10
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) got 4 bytes, remaining 0
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Payload (len 14): 0e0c01011000070000071d005a02
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Calling bt_recv_prio(0x004022c0)
[bt] [DBG] hci_cmd_complete: (0x004018c0) opcode 0x1001
[bt] [DBG] hci_cmd_done: (0x004018c0) opcode 0x1001 status 0x00 buf 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_send_sync: (0x00401920) opcode 0x1001 status 0x00
[bt] [DBG] read_local_ver_complete: (0x00401920) status 0
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_create: (0x00401920) opcode 0x1009 param_len 0
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_create: (0x00401920) buf 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_send_sync: (0x00401920) buf 0x004022c0 opcode 0x1009 len 3
[bt] [DBG] process_events: (0x00401380) count 2
[bt] [DBG] process_events: (0x00401380) ev->state 4
[bt] [DBG] send_cmd: (0x00401380) calling net_buf_get
[bt] [DBG] send_cmd: (0x00401380) calling sem_take_wait
[bt] [DBG] send_cmd: (0x00401380) Sending command 0x1009 (buf 0x004022c0) to driver
[bt] [DBG] bt_send: (0x00401380) buf 0x004022c0 len 3 type 0
[bt] [DBG] h4_send: (0x00401380) buf 0x004022c0 type 0 len 3
[bt] [DBG] process_events: (0x00401380) ev->state 0
[bt] [DBG] hci_tx_thread: (0x00401380) Calling k_poll with 2 events
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 0 discard 0 have_hdr 0 rx.buf 0x00000000 len 0
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 2 discard 0 have_hdr 0 rx.buf 0x00000000 len 0
[bt] [DBG] get_evt_hdr: (0x004018c0) Got event header. Payload 10 bytes
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 10 discard 0 have_hdr 1 rx.buf 0x00000000 len 0
[bt] [DBG] get_rx: (0x004018c0) type 0x04, evt 0x0e
[bt] [DBG] bt_buf_get_cmd_complete: (0x004018c0) sent_cmd 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Allocated rx.buf 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) got 10 bytes, remaining 0
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Payload (len 12): 0e0a01091000acf7f079e994
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Calling bt_recv_prio(0x004022c0)
[bt] [DBG] hci_cmd_complete: (0x004018c0) opcode 0x1009
[bt] [DBG] hci_cmd_done: (0x004018c0) opcode 0x1009 status 0x00 buf 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_send_sync: (0x00401920) opcode 0x1009 status 0x00
[bt] [DBG] read_bdaddr_complete: (0x00401920) status 0
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_create: (0x00401920) opcode 0x1002 param_len 0
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_create: (0x00401920) buf 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_send_sync: (0x00401920) buf 0x004022c0 opcode 0x1002 len 3
[bt] [DBG] process_events: (0x00401380) count 2
[bt] [DBG] process_events: (0x00401380) ev->state 4
[bt] [DBG] send_cmd: (0x00401380) calling net_buf_get
[bt] [DBG] send_cmd: (0x00401380) calling sem_take_wait
[bt] [DBG] send_cmd: (0x00401380) Sending command 0x1002 (buf 0x004022c0) to driver
[bt] [DBG] bt_send: (0x00401380) buf 0x004022c0 len 3 type 0
[bt] [DBG] h4_send: (0x00401380) buf 0x004022c0 type 0 len 3
[bt] [DBG] process_events: (0x00401380) ev->state 0
[bt] [DBG] hci_tx_thread: (0x00401380) Calling k_poll with 2 events
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 0 discard 0 have_hdr 0 rx.buf 0x00000000 len 0
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 2 discard 0 have_hdr 0 rx.buf 0x00000000 len 0
[bt] [DBG] get_evt_hdr: (0x004018c0) Got event header. Payload 68 bytes
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 68 discard 0 have_hdr 1 rx.buf 0x00000000 len 0
[bt] [DBG] get_rx: (0x004018c0) type 0x04, evt 0x0e
[bt] [DBG] bt_buf_get_cmd_complete: (0x004018c0) sent_cmd 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Allocated rx.buf 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) got 8 bytes, remaining 60
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Payload (len 10): 0e4401021000ffffff03
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 60 discard 0 have_hdr 1 rx.buf 0x004022c0 len 10
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) got 8 bytes, remaining 52
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Payload (len 18): 0e4401021000ffffff03ceffefffffffff7f
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 52 discard 0 have_hdr 1 rx.buf 0x004022c0 len 18
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) got 8 bytes, remaining 44
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Payload (len 26): 0e4401021000ffffff03ceffefffffffff7ff20fe8fe3ff783ff
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 44 discard 0 have_hdr 1 rx.buf 0x004022c0 len 26
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) got 44 bytes, remaining 0
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Payload (len 70): 0e4401021000ffffff03ceffefffffffff7ff20fe8fe3ff783ff1c00000061ffffff7f8620f5fff0f90700000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Calling bt_recv_prio(0x004022c0)
[bt] [DBG] hci_cmd_complete: (0x004018c0) opcode 0x1002
[bt] [DBG] hci_cmd_done: (0x004018c0) opcode 0x1002 status 0x00 buf 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_send_sync: (0x00401920) opcode 0x1002 status 0x00
[bt] [DBG] read_supported_commands_complete: (0x00401920) status 0
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_create: (0x00401920) opcode 0x2018 param_len 0
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_create: (0x00401920) buf 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_send_sync: (0x00401920) buf 0x004022c0 opcode 0x2018 len 3
[bt] [DBG] process_events: (0x00401380) count 2
[bt] [DBG] process_events: (0x00401380) ev->state 4
[bt] [DBG] send_cmd: (0x00401380) calling net_buf_get
[bt] [DBG] send_cmd: (0x00401380) calling sem_take_wait
[bt] [DBG] send_cmd: (0x00401380) Sending command 0x2018 (buf 0x004022c0) to driver
[bt] [DBG] bt_send: (0x00401380) buf 0x004022c0 len 3 type 0
[bt] [DBG] h4_send: (0x00401380) buf 0x004022c0 type 0 len 3
[bt] [DBG] process_events: (0x00401380) ev->state 0
[bt] [DBG] hci_tx_thread: (0x00401380) Calling k_poll with 2 events
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 0 discard 0 have_hdr 0 rx.buf 0x00000000 len 0
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 2 discard 0 have_hdr 0 rx.buf 0x00000000 len 0
[bt] [DBG] get_evt_hdr: (0x004018c0) Got event header. Payload 12 bytes
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 12 discard 0 have_hdr 1 rx.buf 0x00000000 len 0
[bt] [DBG] get_rx: (0x004018c0) type 0x04, evt 0x0e
[bt] [DBG] bt_buf_get_cmd_complete: (0x004018c0) sent_cmd 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Allocated rx.buf 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) got 8 bytes, remaining 4
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Payload (len 10): 0e0c0118200094c5cddc
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 4 discard 0 have_hdr 1 rx.buf 0x004022c0 len 10
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) got 4 bytes, remaining 0
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Payload (len 14): 0e0c0118200094c5cddc62b94c8c
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Calling bt_recv_prio(0x004022c0)
[bt] [DBG] hci_cmd_complete: (0x004018c0) opcode 0x2018
[bt] [DBG] hci_cmd_done: (0x004018c0) opcode 0x2018 status 0x00 buf 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_send_sync: (0x00401920) opcode 0x2018 status 0x00
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_create: (0x00401920) opcode 0x2018 param_len 0
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_create: (0x00401920) buf 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_send_sync: (0x00401920) buf 0x004022c0 opcode 0x2018 len 3
[bt] [DBG] process_events: (0x00401380) count 2
[bt] [DBG] process_events: (0x00401380) ev->state 4
[bt] [DBG] send_cmd: (0x00401380) calling net_buf_get
[bt] [DBG] send_cmd: (0x00401380) calling sem_take_wait
[bt] [DBG] send_cmd: (0x00401380) Sending command 0x2018 (buf 0x004022c0) to driver
[bt] [DBG] bt_send: (0x00401380) buf 0x004022c0 len 3 type 0
[bt] [DBG] h4_send: (0x00401380) buf 0x004022c0 type 0 len 3
[bt] [DBG] process_events: (0x00401380) ev->state 0
[bt] [DBG] hci_tx_thread: (0x00401380) Calling k_poll with 2 events
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 0 discard 0 have_hdr 0 rx.buf 0x00000000 len 0
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 2 discard 0 have_hdr 0 rx.buf 0x00000000 len 0
[bt] [DBG] get_evt_hdr: (0x004018c0) Got event header. Payload 12 bytes
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 12 discard 0 have_hdr 1 rx.buf 0x00000000 len 0
[bt] [DBG] get_rx: (0x004018c0) type 0x04, evt 0x0e
[bt] [DBG] bt_buf_get_cmd_complete: (0x004018c0) sent_cmd 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Allocated rx.buf 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) got 8 bytes, remaining 4
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Payload (len 10): 0e0c0118200044fc668a
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 4 discard 0 have_hdr 1 rx.buf 0x004022c0 len 10
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) got 4 bytes, remaining 0
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Payload (len 14): 0e0c0118200044fc668ab71870bb
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Calling bt_recv_prio(0x004022c0)
[bt] [DBG] hci_cmd_complete: (0x004018c0) opcode 0x2018
[bt] [DBG] hci_cmd_done: (0x004018c0) opcode 0x2018 status 0x00 buf 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_send_sync: (0x00401920) opcode 0x2018 status 0x00
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_create: (0x00401920) opcode 0x2018 param_len 0
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_create: (0x00401920) buf 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_send_sync: (0x00401920) buf 0x004022c0 opcode 0x2018 len 3
[bt] [DBG] process_events: (0x00401380) count 2
[bt] [DBG] process_events: (0x00401380) ev->state 4
[bt] [DBG] send_cmd: (0x00401380) calling net_buf_get
[bt] [DBG] send_cmd: (0x00401380) calling sem_take_wait
[bt] [DBG] send_cmd: (0x00401380) Sending command 0x2018 (buf 0x004022c0) to driver
[bt] [DBG] bt_send: (0x00401380) buf 0x004022c0 len 3 type 0
[bt] [DBG] h4_send: (0x00401380) buf 0x004022c0 type 0 len 3
[bt] [DBG] process_events: (0x00401380) ev->state 0
[bt] [DBG] hci_tx_thread: (0x00401380) Calling k_poll with 2 events
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 0 discard 0 have_hdr 0 rx.buf 0x00000000 len 0
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 2 discard 0 have_hdr 0 rx.buf 0x00000000 len 0
[bt] [DBG] get_evt_hdr: (0x004018c0) Got event header. Payload 12 bytes
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 12 discard 0 have_hdr 1 rx.buf 0x00000000 len 0
[bt] [DBG] get_rx: (0x004018c0) type 0x04, evt 0x0e
[bt] [DBG] bt_buf_get_cmd_complete: (0x004018c0) sent_cmd 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Allocated rx.buf 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) got 8 bytes, remaining 4
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Payload (len 10): 0e0c01182000b519a7e7
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 4 discard 0 have_hdr 1 rx.buf 0x004022c0 len 10
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) got 4 bytes, remaining 0
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Payload (len 14): 0e0c01182000b519a7e71b0ddfd8
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Calling bt_recv_prio(0x004022c0)
[bt] [DBG] hci_cmd_complete: (0x004018c0) opcode 0x2018
[bt] [DBG] hci_cmd_done: (0x004018c0) opcode 0x2018 status 0x00 buf 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_send_sync: (0x00401920) opcode 0x2018 status 0x00
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_create: (0x00401920) opcode 0x2018 param_len 0
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_create: (0x00401920) buf 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_send_sync: (0x00401920) buf 0x004022c0 opcode 0x2018 len 3
[bt] [DBG] process_events: (0x00401380) count 2
[bt] [DBG] process_events: (0x00401380) ev->state 4
[bt] [DBG] send_cmd: (0x00401380) calling net_buf_get
[bt] [DBG] send_cmd: (0x00401380) calling sem_take_wait
[bt] [DBG] send_cmd: (0x00401380) Sending command 0x2018 (buf 0x004022c0) to driver
[bt] [DBG] bt_send: (0x00401380) buf 0x004022c0 len 3 type 0
[bt] [DBG] h4_send: (0x00401380) buf 0x004022c0 type 0 len 3
[bt] [DBG] process_events: (0x00401380) ev->state 0
[bt] [DBG] hci_tx_thread: (0x00401380) Calling k_poll with 2 events
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 0 discard 0 have_hdr 0 rx.buf 0x00000000 len 0
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 2 discard 0 have_hdr 0 rx.buf 0x00000000 len 0
[bt] [DBG] get_evt_hdr: (0x004018c0) Got event header. Payload 12 bytes
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 12 discard 0 have_hdr 1 rx.buf 0x00000000 len 0
[bt] [DBG] get_rx: (0x004018c0) type 0x04, evt 0x0e
[bt] [DBG] bt_buf_get_cmd_complete: (0x004018c0) sent_cmd 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Allocated rx.buf 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) got 8 bytes, remaining 4
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Payload (len 10): 0e0c01182000765e4abf
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 4 discard 0 have_hdr 1 rx.buf 0x004022c0 len 10
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) got 4 bytes, remaining 0
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Payload (len 14): 0e0c01182000765e4abfadd043f9
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Calling bt_recv_prio(0x004022c0)
[bt] [DBG] hci_cmd_complete: (0x004018c0) opcode 0x2018
[bt] [DBG] hci_cmd_done: (0x004018c0) opcode 0x2018 status 0x00 buf 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_send_sync: (0x00401920) opcode 0x2018 status 0x00
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_create: (0x00401920) opcode 0x2018 param_len 0
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_create: (0x00401920) buf 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_send_sync: (0x00401920) buf 0x004022c0 opcode 0x2018 len 3
[bt] [DBG] process_events: (0x00401380) count 2
[bt] [DBG] process_events: (0x00401380) ev->state 4
[bt] [DBG] send_cmd: (0x00401380) calling net_buf_get
[bt] [DBG] send_cmd: (0x00401380) calling sem_take_wait
[bt] [DBG] send_cmd: (0x00401380) Sending command 0x2018 (buf 0x004022c0) to driver
[bt] [DBG] bt_send: (0x00401380) buf 0x004022c0 len 3 type 0
[bt] [DBG] h4_send: (0x00401380) buf 0x004022c0 type 0 len 3
[bt] [DBG] process_events: (0x00401380) ev->state 0
[bt] [DBG] hci_tx_thread: (0x00401380) Calling k_poll with 2 events
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 0 discard 0 have_hdr 0 rx.buf 0x00000000 len 0
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 2 discard 0 have_hdr 0 rx.buf 0x00000000 len 0
[bt] [DBG] get_evt_hdr: (0x004018c0) Got event header. Payload 12 bytes
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 12 discard 0 have_hdr 1 rx.buf 0x00000000 len 0
[bt] [DBG] get_rx: (0x004018c0) type 0x04, evt 0x0e
[bt] [DBG] bt_buf_get_cmd_complete: (0x004018c0) sent_cmd 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Allocated rx.buf 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) got 8 bytes, remaining 4
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Payload (len 10): 0e0c01182000dd758a93
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 4 discard 0 have_hdr 1 rx.buf 0x004022c0 len 10
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) got 4 bytes, remaining 0
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Payload (len 14): 0e0c01182000dd758a930ddcc03d
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Calling bt_recv_prio(0x004022c0)
[bt] [DBG] hci_cmd_complete: (0x004018c0) opcode 0x2018
[bt] [DBG] hci_cmd_done: (0x004018c0) opcode 0x2018 status 0x00 buf 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_send_sync: (0x00401920) opcode 0x2018 status 0x00
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_create: (0x00401920) opcode 0x0c33 param_len 7
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_create: (0x00401920) buf 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_send_sync: (0x00401920) buf 0x004022c0 opcode 0x0c33 len 10
[bt] [DBG] process_events: (0x00401380) count 2
[bt] [DBG] process_events: (0x00401380) ev->state 4
[bt] [DBG] send_cmd: (0x00401380) calling net_buf_get
[bt] [DBG] send_cmd: (0x00401380) calling sem_take_wait
[bt] [DBG] send_cmd: (0x00401380) Sending command 0x0c33 (buf 0x004022c0) to driver
[bt] [DBG] bt_send: (0x00401380) buf 0x004022c0 len 10 type 0
[bt] [DBG] h4_send: (0x00401380) buf 0x004022c0 type 0 len 10
[bt] [DBG] process_events: (0x00401380) ev->state 0
[bt] [DBG] hci_tx_thread: (0x00401380) Calling k_poll with 2 events
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 0 discard 0 have_hdr 0 rx.buf 0x00000000 len 0
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 2 discard 0 have_hdr 0 rx.buf 0x00000000 len 0
[bt] [DBG] get_evt_hdr: (0x004018c0) Got event header. Payload 4 bytes
[bt] [DBG] process_rx: (0x004018c0) remaining 4 discard 0 have_hdr 1 rx.buf 0x00000000 len 0
[bt] [DBG] get_rx: (0x004018c0) type 0x04, evt 0x0e
[bt] [DBG] bt_buf_get_cmd_complete: (0x004018c0) sent_cmd 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Allocated rx.buf 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) got 4 bytes, remaining 0
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Payload (len 6): 0e0401330c12
[bt] [DBG] read_payload: (0x004018c0) Calling bt_recv_prio(0x004022c0)
[bt] [DBG] hci_cmd_complete: (0x004018c0) opcode 0x0c33
[bt] [DBG] hci_cmd_done: (0x004018c0) opcode 0x0c33 status 0x12 buf 0x004022c0
[bt] [DBG] bt_hci_cmd_send_sync: (0x00401920) opcode 0x0c33 status 0x12
Bluetooth init failed (err -5)


BR, Primini

On Tue, Nov 21, 2017 at 5:15 PM, Johan Hedberg <johan.hedberg@...> wrote:
Hi Tiago,

On Tue, Nov 21, 2017, Tiago Primini wrote:
> Bluetooth init failed (err -5)
>
> I also have configured btproxy in my ubuntu host:
>
> $ sudo ./btproxy -u
> Listening on /tmp/bt-server-bredr
> Opening user channel for hci0
> New client connected
>
> Is there anything missing in the configuration or maybe additional steps?

I can't really say for sure what's going wrong, but it would help if you
got some more logs for the situation. On the Linux side, you could run
btmon to see what HCI commands (if any) Zephyr manages to send. On the
Zephyr side, you could add at least the following to your app's prj.conf:

CONFIG_BT_DEBUG_LOG=y
CONFIG_BT_DEBUG_HCI_DRIVER=y
CONFIG_BT_DEBUG_HCI_CORE=y

With those you should be able to see a bit more of what's happening in
the Zephyr console.

Johan


Silicon Labs Bluetooth Mesh App compatible Zephyr mesh example for nRF52840-PDK

Vikrant More <vikrant8051@...>
 

I wanna control Leds on nRF52840-PDK board using Silicon Labs Bluetooth Mesh App.
 
Is there any one who has modify $zephyr/samples/bluetooth/mesh example so that it will get compatible for Silicon Labs Bluetooth Mesh App ??

🤔


Driver for AT86RF

Mitterdorfer Mathias, HELLA-Automation <mathias.mitterdorfer@...>
 

Hello developer team,


are there any plans to include drivers for the Atmel AT86RF radio modules in the Zephyr project?


Best,

Mathias


Performance compare between the zephyr IP stack and LWIP

曹子龙
 

HI all:
     is there anybody has done the performance test on zephyr compare to LWIP?   which one is better  on the fileld.

thanks for support.!



 


Bluetooth get datetime

Jie Zhou <zhoujie@...>
 

Hi everyone,

Usually, to get real datetime on a device you would normally do it through wifi, but since the board I'm using has only Bluetooth, is there a way where I can get the real datetime using Bluetooth?

Thanks,
Jie


Re: Running bluetooth examples using qemu

Johan Hedberg
 

Hi Tiago,

On Tue, Nov 21, 2017, Tiago Primini wrote:
Bluetooth init failed (err -5)

I also have configured btproxy in my ubuntu host:

$ sudo ./btproxy -u
Listening on /tmp/bt-server-bredr
Opening user channel for hci0
New client connected

Is there anything missing in the configuration or maybe additional steps?
I can't really say for sure what's going wrong, but it would help if you
got some more logs for the situation. On the Linux side, you could run
btmon to see what HCI commands (if any) Zephyr manages to send. On the
Zephyr side, you could add at least the following to your app's prj.conf:

CONFIG_BT_DEBUG_LOG=y
CONFIG_BT_DEBUG_HCI_DRIVER=y
CONFIG_BT_DEBUG_HCI_CORE=y

With those you should be able to see a bit more of what's happening in
the Zephyr console.

Johan


Running bluetooth examples using qemu

Primini
 

Hi everyone!

I am trying to run examples from samples using qemu_x86 board but I am facing with bluetooth init error -5 when executing examples that handle connection/disconnection callbacks.

I follow the steps available in zephyr doc page: http://docs.zephyrproject.org/subsystems/bluetooth/devel.html - "Testing with QEMU"

For exampĺe, running central sample I've got the following output:

$ make run
[  2%] Built target offsets
[  3%] Built target offsets_h
[ 27%] Built target kernel
[ 37%] Built target app
[ 38%] Built target linker_pass2_script
[ 39%] Built target linker_script
[ 70%] Built target zephyr
[ 72%] Built target subsys__bluetooth__common
[ 81%] Built target subsys__bluetooth__host
[ 82%] Built target subsys__net
[ 83%] Built target arch__x86__soc__ia32
[ 85%] Built target zephyr_prebuilt
[ 85%] Built target obj_list
[ 86%] Built target output_src_pre
[ 88%] Built target output_lib
[ 89%] Built target output_obj_renamed
[ 90%] Built target gen_idt_output
[ 91%] Built target staticIdt_o
[ 92%] Built target gdt_o
[ 94%] Built target irq_int_vector_map_o
[ 97%] Built target mmu_tables_o
[ 98%] Built target kernel_elf
[100%] 
To exit from QEMU enter: 'CTRL+a, x'
[QEMU] CPU: qemu32,+nx,+pae
qemu-system-i386: warning: Unknown firmware file in legacy mode: genroms/multiboot.bin

Bluetooth init failed (err -5)



I also have configured btproxy in my ubuntu host:

$ sudo ./btproxy -u
Listening on /tmp/bt-server-bredr
Opening user channel for hci0
New client connected


Is there anything missing in the configuration or maybe additional steps?


Regards!

Primini


how to configure node for subscribe & public address

Vikrant More <vikrant8051@...>
 

After connecting with Device we get following options while configuring the device.

[config: Target = 0100]# h
Client Configuration Menu
Available commands:
  target <unicast>                          Set target node to configure
  get-composition [<page_num>]              Get Composition Data
  add-netkey <net_idx>                      Add network key
  del-netkey <net_idx>                      Delete network key
  add-appkey <app_idx>                      Add application key
  del-appkey <app_idx>                      Delete application key
  bind <ele_idx> <app_idx> <mod_id> [cid]   Bind app key to a model
  set-ttl <ttl>                             Set default TTL
  get-ttl                                   Get default TTL
  set-pub <ele_addr> <pub_addr> <app_idx> <period (step|res)> <model> Set publication
  back                                      Back to main menu
  help                                      Config Commands


But I am unable to find option which add subscription addresses.

How to properly add publish addresses ??

What is need to add publish address in every node if every node has subscription devices list ?

As per my understanding every node of MESH, can receive every packet on n/w. If sender address from that packet is not matching with address in subscription list then that packet is redundant for that node. It is understandable. Then what is need of creating publish addresses list for every node ? Let any device to broadcast any packet if it want to do it.



Zephyr 1.10.0-rc1 tagged

Nashif, Anas
 

Hi,

We have just tagged Zephyr 1.10.0-rc1 which means that merge window for new features and major changes is closed.

We will be working on stabilizing the release during the next couple of weeks and plan to open the development for 1.11 early December.

 

The release notes are still work in progress, however a detailed log of the changes since 1.9.x can be found here:

 

 

https://github.com/zephyrproject-rtos/zephyr/releases/tag/v1.10.0-rc1

 

 

Thanks,

Anas


Re: [Zephyr-users] How & what to save provisioning configuration set by meshctl utility into flash memory of NRF52840-PDK ??

Johan Hedberg
 

Hi Vikrant,

On Mon, Nov 20, 2017, Vikrant More wrote:
Now I able able to access, first byte send by *"onoff"* command after
editing get_onoff_set( ) function as follow;

static void gen_onoff_set(struct bt_mesh_model *model,
struct bt_mesh_msg_ctx *ctx,
struct net_buf_simple *buf)
{

unsigned char tmp = net_buf_simple_pull_u8(buf);

NRF_P0->OUTSET |= 0x0001E000;

switch (tmp)
{
case 0: NRF_P0->OUT &= ~(1<<13); break;
case 1: NRF_P0->OUT &= ~(1<<14); break;
}
}
Good to see that you're making progress with this. Note that you'll also
need to send an OnOff Status response when receiving this message, as
section 3.3.1.2.2 in the Mesh Model Specification states:

"If the received message is a Generic OnOff Set message, the Generic
OnOff Server shall respond with a Generic OnOff Status message"

Now I want to save configuration set by meshctl utilitty into flash
memory of nRF52840-PDK board.

Plus I don't know what to save from that configuration.

Does anyone have knowledge about it ?
This is next on my to-do list for the mesh implementation. For now it's
left up to the application to store and restore the information it
wants. Most of the network state you'll be able to grab from the mesh
structs that the app defines but it's possible that for some you need to
hack the stack code itself.

Note that since we're now starting to have a Configuration Client Model
implementation as well, it opens another possibility for loading back
the values to the stack. I'm not sure if it's worth it, considering that
it involves encrypting & decrypting messages just to set some local
variables, however the benefit is reduced code duplication.

Johan


How & what to save provisioning configuration set by meshctl utility into flash memory of NRF52840-PDK ??

Vikrant More <vikrant8051@...>
 

Now I able able to access, first byte send by "onoff" command after editing get_onoff_set( ) function as follow;

static void gen_onoff_set(struct bt_mesh_model *model,
              struct bt_mesh_msg_ctx *ctx,
              struct net_buf_simple *buf)
{    

        unsigned char tmp = net_buf_simple_pull_u8(buf);
   
        NRF_P0->OUTSET |= 0x0001E000;

        switch (tmp)
        {
           case 0:     NRF_P0->OUT &= ~(1<<13);  break;
           case 1:     NRF_P0->OUT &= ~(1<<14);  break;   
        }
}

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Am also able to connect mesh n/w using "connect 0000" command.

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Now I want to save configuration set by meshctl utilitty into flash memory of nRF52840-PDK board.

Plus I don't know what to save from that configuration.
 
Does anyone have knowledge about it ?

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 


Re: How to add function in Zephyr libc ?

Vincent
 

Thanks for your help Tomasz !

It is working if I add CONFIG_NEWLIB_LIBC in my prj.conf.

Just to give explanations... I saw this newlib directory before but didn't catch how it works. In fact, it will use the libc from the SDK side... (and that's why I didn't found strtok in Zephyr tree)

Vincent

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To: zephyr-devel@...
Subject: Re: [Zephyr-devel] How to add function in Zephyr libc ?

Hi Vincent,

Zephyr's minimal libc does not have strtok, you could add it there if needed.

Or enabled newlib which has this function unless you want to keep using the minimal libc.

Tomasz

Hi Zephyr community,

I would like to know how I can add some functions in the Zephyr libc ?
For example, for my developments, I need the strtok function in the
libc. I didn’t find any clues about how to add such a function in
Zephyr. Is there some option to activate more function in the Zephyr
libc ?

Thanks for your help,
Vincent



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Re: How to add function in Zephyr libc ?

Tomasz Bursztyka
 

Hi Vincent,

Zephyr's minimal libc does not have strtok, you could add it there if
needed.

Or enabled newlib which has this function unless you want to keep using
the minimal libc.

Tomasz

Hi Zephyr community,

I would like to know how I can add some functions in the Zephyr libc
?
For example, for my developments, I need the strtok function in the
libc. I didn’t find any clues about how to add such a function in
Zephyr. Is there some option to activate more function in the Zephyr
libc ?

Thanks for your help,
Vincent



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How to add function in Zephyr libc ?

Vincent
 

Hi Zephyr community,

 

I would like to know how I can add some functions in the Zephyr libc ?

For example, for my developments, I need the strtok function in the libc. I didn’t find any clues about how to add such a function in Zephyr. Is there some option to activate more function in the Zephyr libc ?

 

Thanks for your help,

Vincent

 

 

 


Re: Regarding documentation of ble mesh developed under Zephyr project

ashish.shukla@corvi.com <ashish.shukla@...>
 

Hello Johan, 
I've successfully configured it using BlueZ. But, in the longer run I want to configure it using either Android or ios app. 

All the information at node is stored in RAM, which means after a reset you need to provision and configure it again. Do you guys plan to implement information storage in flash so that after reset, it remains part of the network and retains its provisioning and configuration variables?  


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Research & Development


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On Sun, Nov 19, 2017 at 2:15 AM, Johan Hedberg <johan.hedberg@...> wrote:
Hi Ashish,

Please try to keep the discussion on the mailing list. There are others
also trying to get things working with mesh, and they may benefit from
any information that's part of the discussion.

On Sun, Nov 19, 2017, ashish.shukla@... wrote:
> There isn't much relevant information there. All, I could figure out was
> that I can visit include files and find some information. I will try to
> make use of that.

The sample code may be at least as helpful (if not more).

> One more thing, is there going to an Android app for provisioning by
> Zephyr? I tried to make use of Android app by SiLabs. After disabling OOB
> security feature, this app successfully provisions the node, but the
> configuration page doesn't open. Did you do some hacks to configure using
> SiLabs app?

I'm not really familiar with the SiLabs app (I don't have an Android
phone) so I can't really help out with that. You might want to send
questions regarding it directly to SiLabs.

Another option for configuring Zephyr Mesh is meshctl from BlueZ. It's
GATT-only, just like the SiLabs app.

Another fairly new option is Zephyr's mesh shell support. I.e. you can
now send configuration model messages through the local network
interface to Zephyr itself. At the moment the support is part of the
Bluetooth shell app (tests/bluetooth/shell), but there's a pull request
that will move it to a dedicated tests/bluetooth/mesh_shell app:

        https://github.com/zephyrproject-rtos/zephyr/pull/5046

Johan


Zephyr 1.9.2 tagged

Nashif, Anas
 

Hi,

 

We are pleased to announce the release of Zephyr kernel version 1.9.2. This is a maintenance release with bug fixes to 1.9.x series of Zephyr.

 

For more details, please see https://github.com/zephyrproject-rtos/zephyr/releases/tag/v1.9.2

 

Below is the list of changes since 1.9.1:

 

Anas Nashif (2):

      ci: compliance: decode output to utf8

      release: Zephyr 1.9.2

 

Carles Cufi (3):

      Bluetooth: controller: Fix Controller to Host flow control leak

      Bluetooth: controller: Fix flow control packet drop

      doc: 1.9.x release notes

 

Johan Hedberg (24):

      Bluetooth: Mesh: Fix string signedness issue

      Bluetooth: Mesh: Fix SDU length check

      Bluetooth: Mesh: Drop invalid destination addresses

      Bluetooth: Mesh: Fix copy-paste mistake when assigning to cfg->frnd

      Bluetooth: Mesh: Fix encoding health status when app has no callback

      Bluetooth: Mesh: Set timer for periodic publish before publishing

      Bluetooth: Mesh: Always set company ID in health status message

      Bluetooth: Mesh: Send ack for every message with matching FCS

      Bluetooth: Mesh: Allow TTL <= 1 for the local net interface

      Bluetooth: Mesh: Remove local network interface Kconfig option

      Bluetooth: Mesh: Fix Health Period Set OpCode

      Bluetooth: Mesh: Fix encoding fault count to Health Current Status

      Bluetooth: Mesh: Fix spelling of "heartbeat"

      Bluetooth: Mesh: Fix zeroing heartbeat state

      Bluetooth: Mesh: Fix resetting heartbeat subscription expiry properly

      Bluetooth: Mesh: Fix Set LPNTimeout message handling

      Bluetooth: Mesh: Fix setting health period divider

      Bluetooth: Mesh: Don't send health status messages if a test fails

      Bluetooth: Mesh: Fix dropping valid proxy configration messages

      Bluetooth: Mesh: Fix revoking app keys

      Bluetooth: Mesh: Fix missing initialization of bt_mesh.local_queue

      Bluetooth: Mesh: Fix potential access to uninitialized variable

      Bluetooth: Mesh: Fix mod sub status parameters upon failure

      Bluetooth: Mesh: Fix missing feature bits

 

Luiz Augusto von Dentz (4):

      queue: k_queue_get: Fix NULL return

      poll: k_poll: Return -EINTR if not ready

      queue: k_queue_cancel_wait: Fix not interrupting other threads

      tests: fifo: Add prj_poll.conf

 

Paul Sokolovsky (1):

      kernel: queue: k_queue_poll: Fix slist access race condition

 

Steve Brown (1):

      Bluetooth: Mesh: heartbeat fixes for message count

 

Vinayak Kariappa Chettimada (18):

      Bluetooth: controller: Fix slave from initiating conn upd ind

      Bluetooth: controller: Fix Conn Param Req response timeout

      Bluetooth: controller: Fix CPR procedure's Conn Upd initiation

      Bluetooth: controller: Fix PHY Update response state transition

      Bluetooth: controller: Fix NRF_AAR use

      Bluetooth: controller: Fix missing PHY update procedure reset

      Bluetooth: controller: Fix missing reset of FC feature

      Bluetooth: controller: Fix connection update supervision timeout

      Bluetooth: controller: Fix Coded PHY supervision timeout

      Bluetooth: controller: Fix tIFS calc for Coded PHY

      Bluetooth: controller: Fix PA/LNA for Coded PHY

      Bluetooth: controller: Add encrypted Coded PHY support

      Bluetooth: controller: Add Coded PHY packet tx time restrictions

      Bluetooth: controller: Remove assert on invalid LL id

      Bluetooth: controller: Fix Ctrl PDU Tx starvation assert

      Bluetooth: controller: Fix to enable Asym PHY on nRF52 Series

      Bluetooth: controller: Fix MIC error due to parallel Enc Proc

      Bluetooth: controller: Fix diff proc collision with enc proc

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