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Part Number: CC3220
I'm using CC3220 and RTOS to build my Application, while doing the ROV test below is the error i'm getting.
It is showing red signal for task "ti.sysbios.knl.Task.IdleTask" stackPeak=208 , stacksize =2048 and Showing "SP outside stack" in scan for error in BIOS.
I tried increasing the stack for the same to even 8k still stackpeak=208 and stacksize =8096 but still its showing the same error, i'm not able to understand what's the problem.
Can someone please help?
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In reply to Jesu:
Isolating that task effects my Complete Architecture , Is it possible to debug without isolating the task?
and What Issues SP outside stack can create?
In reply to Mahesh kumar:
Hi Manesh, Sorry let me be more clear. Idle task cannot be disabled. I strictly meant any other tasks you create apart from the one in question. Instead of messing around with tasks please answer the following questions. Are you doing any sort of recursion or pointer manipulation inside a task? Also, did you create more than 1 task? If so, are these tasks sharing memory? Jesu
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