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K82 : MPU advanced features ?

Question asked by Eugene Hiihtaja on Apr 24, 2019
Latest reply on Apr 26, 2019 by Felipe García

Hello !


I just wondering if possible to assign some separate access rights to interrupt handlers  ?

They run in privileged mode only and if they running when specific rtos task context is valid, it means full access to 

task's memory.


It is possible to have memory chunks what visible only when task is active. In other time no user/privileged access at all.

Or only one way is exists is to disable task's specific MPU regions at beginning of ISR and return back at the end of it.


Or other technique is exists for utilise K82 MPU for this case ?