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RE: [bluetooth-dev] memory usage
Se my comments bellow
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Oliver Kasten [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Monday, October 30, 2000 8:53 PM
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> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org; Jan Beutel
> Subject: [bluetooth-dev] memory usage
> we are planning to built a bluetooth-enabled embedded
> device based on
> a microcontroller. on the software-side we are going to use a modified
> axis stack (layers hci, l2cap, and sdp, no rfcomm and no tcs). a major
> headache is the memory consumtion of the stack. we are aiming at less
> than 10K for heap memory and program stack.
> particularly "static hci_controller hci_ctrl;" in hci.c:401
> is a nasty
> monster. the structure holds more than 136,000 bytes in 8 buffers of
> type hci_in_buffer (hci.c:273) of 17000 bytes each.
> - what are the 8 buffers used for? how come its 8 buffers (one per hci
> connection handle plus one spare)?
During test we sometimes need to have one spare buffer to store data in when something's goes wrong.
> - what would be the impact of of drastically reducing the number of
> hci_in_buffers, the size of the buffer (to say less than 1K), or both?
> would that imply reducing maximum transfer units (MTUs) to
> less than the
> default, e.g. 48bytes versus 672bytes for l2cap?
Ofcourse you can reduce the size of the buffers. I suggest that you try to reduce in the maximum MTU in your system.
> - is the hci flow control implemented in the stack (part h:1,
> section 3
> "hci flow control", p 529)? would i have to?
Yes it is.
> - there is a chunk of 2K being dynamically allocated into
> bt_buf.head in
> btmem_init() (btmem.c:100). can that be reduced?
We have never tried to reduce it so if you do it it is at your own risk ;-)
> - are there any large auto variables i have overlooked? does somebody
> have a rough idea how big the program stack gets. do you know how to
> find out?
> i'd be grateful for some comments and answers!
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