sniffing: decrease USB IRQ prioprity to prevent USART overrun

Change-Id: I870a0aa8e251bbb53249c54bfcaa45de5b5a9486

Handling the USB message queue is done in an ISR and take quite some time.
This can cause a USART/SIM sniffing buffer overrun, resulting in data loss.
By setting the USB IRQ lower than the USART IRQ, the USB ISR can be
interrupted (for short) and no data gets lost.
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Kevin Redon 2018-07-03 16:17:56 +02:00
parent d28d3fc4c0
commit f48aac560c
1 changed files with 4 additions and 0 deletions

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@ -829,6 +829,10 @@ void Sniffer_init(void)
sniff_usart.base->US_RTOR = 9600-12; /* -12 because the timer starts at the end of the 12 ETU frame */
/* Enable interrupt to indicate when data has been received or timeout occurred */
USART_EnableIt(sniff_usart.base, US_IER_RXRDY | US_IER_TIMEOUT);
/* Set USB priority lower than USART to not miss sniffing data (both at 0 per default) */
if (NVIC_GetPriority(IRQ_USART_SIM)>=NVIC_GetPriority(UDP_IRQn)) {
NVIC_SetPriority(UDP_IRQn, NVIC_GetPriority(IRQ_USART_SIM)+2);
/* Enable interrupt requests for the USART peripheral */