Enables polling mode — instead of interrupt-driven mode — for clocking the real-time application. Polling mode can be useful for reducing sample time jitter. But, enabling this option causes the real-time application to consume a CPU core completely to clock and execute the base rate.
Force polling mode is disabled, the real-time
application is clocked by a timer interrupt, unless the base sample rate
is equal to or below the polling threshold (100 μs). If the base sample
rate is less than or equal to the threshold, the real-time application
is clocked in polling mode.
Force polling mode is enabled, the real-time
application is always clocked in polling mode.
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SLRTForcePollingMode configuration parameter sets the
initial value for the
pollingThreshold option when you build the
real-time application. Enabling
SLRTForcePollingMode sets the
pollingThreshold to a value above the base sample rate. This
setting forces clocking the real-time application in polling mode.