[SR-Users] Asynchronous processing increases branch count
abalashov at evaristesys.com
Fri Dec 11 02:33:36 CET 2015
Normally with serial forking, the first branch ID corresponds to
$T_branch_idx == 0, i.e.
In the event of failure, a second branch attempt has a branch index of 1
and so on:
However, when I use asynchronous processing with t_suspend() /
t_continue(), resuming the transaction in an rtimer process, I notice
that the $T_branch_idx of the first branch is 1, then 2.
Where did 0 go? Is this a normal effect of TM suspend/continue?
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