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increase the debug-message-size a bit. I think the verbose message of ieee1394service is cut off otherwise

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1 /* config.h.in. */
2 #ifndef CONFIG_H
3 #define CONFIG_H
4
5 /* Name of package */
6 #define PACKAGE $PACKAGE
7
8 /* Define to the address where bug reports for this package should be sent. */
9 #define PACKAGE_BUGREPORT "<ffado-devel@lists.sf.net>"
10
11 /* Define to the full name of this package. */
12 #define PACKAGE_NAME "$PACKAGE"
13
14 /* Define to the full name and version of this package. */
15 #define PACKAGE_STRING "$PACKAGE $VERSION-$REVISION"
16
17 /* Define to the one symbol short name of this package. */
18 #define PACKAGE_TARNAME "$PACKAGE"
19
20 /* Define to the version of this package. */
21 #define PACKAGE_VERSION "$VERSION-$REVISION"
22
23 /* Define to the version of the cace. */
24 #define CACHE_VERSION "$VERSION-$REVISION"
25 #define CACHEDIR "$CACHEDIR"
26
27 /* Define to the api version */
28 #define FFADO_API_VERSION $FFADO_API_VERSION
29
30 #define BINDIR "$BINDIR"
31 #define LIBDIR "$LIBDIR"
32 #define SHAREDIR "$SHAREDIR"
33
34 /* configuration file locations */
35 #define USER_CONFIG_FILE    "$USER_CONFIG_FILE"
36 #define SYSTEM_CONFIG_FILE  "$SYSTEM_CONFIG_FILE"
37
38 /* Define indicating availability of lrint() */
39 #define HAVE_LRINT $HAVE_LRINT
40
41 /* Define indicatin availability of lrintf() */
42 #define HAVE_LRINTF $HAVE_LRINTF
43
44 // serialization
45 #define SERIALIZE_USE_EXPAT $SERIALIZE_USE_EXPAT
46
47 // use a RT-safe message buffer for debug output
48 // useful to disable this when the code aborts/segfaults to
49 // not lose debug output. should be enabled though.
50 #define DEBUG_USE_MESSAGE_BUFFER             1
51 // max message length in the debug messagebuffer
52 #define DEBUG_MAX_MESSAGE_LENGTH          2048
53 // number of messages in the debug messagebuffer (power of two)
54 #define DEBUG_MB_BUFFERS                  1024
55
56 // use an RT thread for reading out the messagebuffer.
57 // can reduce the number of buffer xruns, but not
58 // recommended
59 #define DEBUG_MESSAGE_BUFFER_REALTIME        0
60 #define DEBUG_MESSAGE_BUFFER_REALTIME_PRIO   1
61
62 // When a write can't get the buffer lock, how many times
63 // should it retry, and wait how long between retries?
64 #define DEBUG_MESSAGE_BUFFER_COLLISION_WAIT_NTRIES      2
65 #define DEBUG_MESSAGE_BUFFER_COLLISION_WAIT_NSEC    50000
66
67
68 // support a debug backlog
69 // note that this does not influence non-debug builds
70 #define DEBUG_BACKLOG_SUPPORT                0
71 // number of messages in the backlog buffer (power of two)
72 #define DEBUG_BACKLOG_MB_BUFFERS            64
73
74 // support backtrace debugging
75 // note that this does not influence non-debug builds
76 #define DEBUG_BACKTRACE_SUPPORT              0
77 // max length of backtrace
78 #define DEBUG_MAX_BACKTRACE_LENGTH           8
79 // max amount of function pointers to keep track of
80 #define DEBUG_MAX_BACKTRACE_FUNCTIONS_SEEN  64
81
82 // lock debugging
83 #define DEBUG_LOCK_COLLISION_TRACING         0
84
85 // make this zero to disable the most extreme
86 // debug logging in the critical sections
87 #define DEBUG_EXTREME_ENABLE                 0
88
89 // discovery
90 #define ENABLE_DISCOVERY_CACHE               1
91
92 // watchdog
93 #define WATCHDOG_DEFAULT_CHECK_INTERVAL_USECS   (1000*1000*4)
94 #define WATCHDOG_DEFAULT_RUN_REALTIME           1
95 #define WATCHDOG_DEFAULT_PRIORITY               98
96
97 // threading
98 #define THREAD_MAX_RTPRIO                   98
99 #define THREAD_MIN_RTPRIO                   1
100
101 // time
102
103 // we should be using absolute clock_nanosleep
104 // but on my system it causes a problem on shutdown.
105 #define USE_ABSOLUTE_NANOSLEEP              1
106
107 // 1394 service constants
108 #define IEEE1394SERVICE_USE_CYCLETIMER_DLL                         1
109 #define IEEE1394SERVICE_CYCLETIMER_DLL_UPDATE_INTERVAL_USEC   200000
110 #define IEEE1394SERVICE_MAX_FIREWIRE_PORTS                         4
111 #define IEEE1394SERVICE_MIN_SPLIT_TIMEOUT_USECS              1000000
112
113 #define IEEE1394SERVICE_CYCLETIMER_HELPER_RUN_REALTIME       1
114 #define IEEE1394SERVICE_CYCLETIMER_HELPER_PRIO               1
115
116 // config rom read wait interval
117 #define IEEE1394SERVICE_CONFIGROM_READ_WAIT_USECS         1000
118
119 // FCP defines
120 #define IEEE1394SERVICE_FCP_MAX_TRIES                       20
121 #define IEEE1394SERVICE_FCP_SLEEP_BETWEEN_FAILURES_USECS  1000
122 #define IEEE1394SERVICE_FCP_POLL_TIMEOUT_MSEC              200
123 #define IEEE1394SERVICE_FCP_RESPONSE_TIMEOUT_USEC      2000000
124
125 // The current version of libiec61883 doesn't seem to calculate
126 // the bandwidth correctly. Defining this to non-zero skips
127 // bandwidth allocation when doing CMP connections.
128 #define IEEE1394SERVICE_SKIP_IEC61883_BANDWIDTH_ALLOCATION   1
129
130 #define MINIMUM_INTERRUPTS_PER_PERIOD                       2U
131
132 // These are the result of a lot of trial and error
133 // due to weirdness in the kernel layer
134 #define MAX_XMIT_PACKET_SIZE                         (2048-16)
135 #define MAX_XMIT_NB_BUFFERS                                128
136 #define MAX_RECV_NB_BUFFERS                                 64
137
138 // the default ISO receive mode.
139 // 0 = auto, 1 = packet-per-buffer, 2 = bufferfill.
140 // 'auto' will automatically choose the mode that is expected
141 // to perform best for the given situation. For large periods
142 // this is 'bufferfill' mode, for small periods this is
143 // 'packet-per-buffer' mode. The 'BUFFERFILL_MODE_THRESHOLD'
144 // defines what a 'large period' is.
145 #define DEFAULT_ISO_RECEIVE_MODE                             0
146
147 // the number of packets required to fill one period from which
148 // the bufferfill mode is to be used
149 #define BUFFERFILL_MODE_THRESHOLD                           64
150
151
152 #define ISOHANDLER_FLUSH_BEFORE_ITERATE                      0
153
154 #define ISOHANDLER_DEATH_DETECT_TIMEOUT_USECS        1000000LL
155
156 #define ISOHANDLER_CHECK_CTR_RECONSTRUCTION                  1
157
158 #define ISOHANDLERMANAGER_MAX_ISO_HANDLERS_PER_PORT         16
159 #define ISOHANDLERMANAGER_MAX_STREAMS_PER_ISOTHREAD         16
160
161 // The best setup is if the receive handlers have lower priority
162 // than the client thread since that ensures that as soon as we
163 // received sufficient frames, the client thread runs.
164 // The transmit thread should have higher priority to ensure that
165 // all available data is flushed to the ISO kernel buffers as
166 // soon as possible
167 // At this moment, the jack backend uses base+5 to init ffado
168 // prio
169 #define ISOHANDLERMANAGER_ISO_PRIO_INCREASE                  0
170 #define ISOHANDLERMANAGER_ISO_PRIO_INCREASE_RECV            -1
171 #define ISOHANDLERMANAGER_ISO_PRIO_INCREASE_XMIT             1
172
173 // the timeout for ISO activity on any thread
174 // NOTE: don't make this 0
175 #define ISOHANDLERMANAGER_ISO_TASK_WAIT_TIMEOUT_USECS        1000000LL
176
177 // allows to add some processing margin. This shifts the time
178 // at which the buffer is transfer()'ed, making things somewhat
179 // more robust. It should be noted though that shifting the transfer
180 // time to a later time instant also causes the xmit buffer fill to be
181 // lower on average.
182 #define STREAMPROCESSORMANAGER_SIGNAL_DELAY_TICKS           (3072*0)
183
184 // causes the waitForPeriod() call to wait until sufficient
185 // data is present in the buffer such that a transfer() will
186 // succeed. Normally we wait for the period of time that theoretically
187 // would mean that his is true. However sometimes the kernel hasn't
188 // flushed everything to userspace (or the card hasn't IRQ'd).
189 // the side-effect of this is some jitter in the return timing
190 // whenever this occurs.
191 #define STREAMPROCESSORMANAGER_ALLOW_DELAYED_PERIOD_SIGNAL         1
192
193 // startup control
194 #define STREAMPROCESSORMANAGER_CYCLES_FOR_DRYRUN            40000
195 #define STREAMPROCESSORMANAGER_CYCLES_FOR_STARTUP           200
196 #define STREAMPROCESSORMANAGER_PRESTART_CYCLES_FOR_XMIT     20
197 #define STREAMPROCESSORMANAGER_PRESTART_CYCLES_FOR_RECV     0
198 #define STREAMPROCESSORMANAGER_SYNCSTART_TRIES              10
199 #define STREAMPROCESSORMANAGER_SYNC_WAIT_TIME_MSEC          200
200 #define STREAMPROCESSORMANAGER_NB_ALIGN_TRIES               40
201 #define STREAMPROCESSORMANAGER_ALIGN_AVERAGE_TIME_MSEC      400
202
203 #define STREAMPROCESSORMANAGER_DYNAMIC_SYNC_DELAY           0
204
205 // FIXME: note that it will probably be better to use a DLL bandwidth that is
206 //        dependant on the sample rate
207 #define TIMESTAMPEDBUFFER_DLL_BANDWIDTH                     (0.01)
208
209 // -- AMDTP options -- //
210
211 // in ticks
212 // as per AMDTP2.1:
213 // 354.17us + 125us @ 24.576ticks/usec = 11776.08192 ticks
214 #define AMDTP_TRANSMIT_TRANSFER_DELAY   (11776U)
215
216 // the absolute minimum number of cycles we want to transmit
217 // a packet ahead of the presentation time. The nominal time
218 // the packet is transmitted ahead of the presentation time is
219 // given by AMDTP_TRANSMIT_TRANSFER_DELAY (in ticks), but in case we
220 // are too late for that, this constant defines how late we can
221 // be.
222 #define AMDTP_MIN_CYCLES_BEFORE_PRESENTATION                1
223
224 // the absolute maximum number of cycles we want to transmit
225 // a packet ahead of the ideal transmit time. The nominal time
226 // the packet is transmitted ahead of the presentation time is
227 // given by AMDTP_TRANSMIT_TRANSFER_DELAY (in ticks), but we can send
228 // packets early if we want to. (not completely according to spec)
229 // (for spec compliance you need to specify a value of 0)
230 #define AMDTP_MAX_CYCLES_TO_TRANSMIT_EARLY                  1
231
232 // ensure that the AMDTP SP clips all float values to [-1.0..1.0]
233 #define AMDTP_CLIP_FLOATS                                   1
234
235 // Allow that devices request that the AMDTP transmit SP adds
236 // payload to the NO-DATA packets.
237 #define AMDTP_ALLOW_PAYLOAD_IN_NODATA_XMIT                  1
238
239 // Default setting for the payload setting if
240 // AMDTP_ALLOW_PAYLOAD_IN_NODATA_XMIT is enabled. Devices can
241 // explicity override this
242 #define AMDTP_SEND_PAYLOAD_IN_NODATA_XMIT_BY_DEFAULT     true
243
244 // -- MOTU options -- //
245
246 // the transfer delay is substracted from the ideal presentation
247 // time to obtain a corrected presentation time. This values is
248 // then used to stamp the packet and determine the transmission
249 // time instant.
250 #define MOTU_TRANSMIT_TRANSFER_DELAY    (0U)
251
252 // the absolute minimum number of cycles we want to transmit
253 // a packet ahead of the presentation time. The nominal time
254 // the packet is transmitted ahead of the presentation time is
255 // given by MOTU_TRANSMIT_TRANSFER_DELAY (in ticks), but in case we
256 // are too late for that, this constant defines how late we can
257 // be.
258 #define MOTU_MIN_CYCLES_BEFORE_PRESENTATION                0
259
260 // the absolute maximum number of cycles we want to transmit
261 // a packet ahead of the ideal transmit time. The nominal time
262 // the packet is transmitted ahead of the presentation time is
263 // given by MOTU_TRANSMIT_TRANSFER_DELAY (in ticks), but we can send
264 // packets early if we want to.
265 #define MOTU_MAX_CYCLES_TO_TRANSMIT_EARLY                  2
266
267 // ensure that the MOTU tx SP clips all float values to [-1.0..1.0]
268 #define MOTU_CLIP_FLOATS                                   1
269
270 /// The unavoidable device specific hacks
271
272 // Use the information in the music plug instead of that in the
273 // cluster info block for the stream configuration. Should not
274 // be necessary
275 #define AVC_STREAMCONFIG_USE_MUSICPLUG                     0
276
277 #endif // CONFIG_H
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