Processor SDK Linux IPC

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Overview


IPC is a genric term of Inter-Processor Communication referred widely in the industry, but also a package in TI Processor SDK for multi-core communication. In generic usage, there are different ways for multi-core communication such as OpenCL, DCE, TI-IPC, and etc. In TI's IPC package, it uses a set of modules to facilitate the inter-processor communication. The documents below provide overview to different ways of inter-processor communication and more details by following links in each of the subject. The TI IPC User's Guide is also provided for reference.

Getting Started

Links Description
Multiple Ways of ARM/DSP Communication Provides brief overview of each method and pros and cons
IPC Quick Start Guide Building and setting up examples for IPC with Processor SDK


Technical Documents

Links Description
IPC User's Guide TI IPC User's Guide


Starting IPC project

Links Description
Linux IPC on AM57xx General info on IPC under Linux environment for AM57xx
Running IPC example on DRA7xx/AM572x Info on running RTOS IPC examples on DRA7xx/AM572x
Training video on how to Run IPC example on AM572x Step-by-step Video on running the IPC examples under Linux environment on AM572x
AM57x Customizing Multicore Application Info and guide to customize memory usage for custom design based on AM57x
Modifying Memory Usage For IPUMM using DRA7xx Info on modifying memory usage of IPU for DRA7xx