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IntervalZero provides merge modules that contain components of the RTX64 Runtime and RT-TCP/IP Stack and drivers. This allows developers to include selected components of the RTX64 Runtime into their product installation package RTX64 2014 Runtime with Service Pack 1. Matrox® Imaging Library (MIL) X 1 is a comprehensive collection of software tools for developing machine vision, image analysis, and medical imaging applications. MIL X includes tools for every step in the process, from application feasibility to prototyping, through to development and ultimately deployment.

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RTX64 2014 with Service Pack 2 is the latest 64-bit version of IntervalZero’s market-leading hard real-time software products. This release provides a number of new features, usability improvements and resolved issues.

Features

  • Scalable from 1 to 63 real-time processors
  • SMP aware scheduler utilizes both priority-driven and pre-emptive algorithms to ensure critical thread context switches; and yields to threads of high priority occur in the sub-microsecond range
  • Configurable thread and interrupt affinity
  • Configurable timer period
  • Ability to attach to line-based and message-based (MSI/MSI-X) interrupts
  • Handling on Windows STOP or
  • Deterministic memory
  • Access to Windows file system and registry
  • Ability to set Search paths for process creation and loading of RTDLLs
  • Dynamic-link library support through RTDLLs, which can be loaded implicitly or explicitly
  • Ability to profile application behavior by monitoring internal objects and custom events
  • Real-time Inter Process Communication between Windows user processes and real-time processes
    • Native and managed interface for 32-bit or 64-bit Windows processes
    • Objects available: events, mutexes, and semaphore
    • Data sharing through shared memory
  • Windows user groups for limiting access to RTX64 features
    • Native interface for 64-bit Windows drivers
    • Objects available: events, mutexes, and semaphore
    • Data sharing through shared memory
  • Tools and Utilities
    • Activation and Configuration – activate subsystem components and configure RTSS cores
    • Control Panel – configuration the subsystem
    • Server Console – display print messages
    • SRTM – view system timer to timer handler response on a given core
    • KSRTM – view system timer to interrupt service routine (ISR) response
    • Latency View – view and compare system timer response latencies on multiple cores at the same time
    • Task Manager – display a list of running RTSS processes and Windows processes and drivers linked to RTX64
    • Monitor – configures profiling of RTSS
    • RTX64CPUUsage – view total CPU usages on RTSS cores
    • RTX64Objects – view internal objects and states

Software Development Kit

  • Headers and libraries for application development�
    • Real-time API (RTAPI) similar to Windows Win32 API
    • Real-time kernel API (RTKAPI)
    • Real-time Network API (RTNAPI)
    • Real-time Network Driver API (RTNDAPI)
    • Managed Code Interface (IntervalZero.RTX64)
  • Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 support
    • Wizard for application and all development
    • API Code snippets
    • Microsoft Visual Studio C-Runtime support
    • Local and remote debugger support via launch within Visual Studio
  • Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 support
    • Wizard for application and all development
    • API Code snippets
    • Microsoft Visual Studio C-Runtime support
    • Local and remote debugger support via launch within Visual Studio
  • Microsoft WinDbg extension and RTSS symbols
  • Sample source to show basic concepts

Architecture

Additional purchasable features

  • RT-TCP/IP Stack provides the following networking capabilities to the RTX64 Subsystem
    • TCP/UDP/IP networking for RTX64 processes
    • Support for IPv4 and IPv6
    • Winsock support
    • RAW Sockets
    • MAC layer filtering
    • Virtual Network – point to point connection between Windows and RTSS
    • RT-TCP/IP network drivers for a number of common Network Interface Cards
    • Utilities (RtssArp, RtssIpConfig, RtssPing, and RtssRoute)

Target Market

  • Industrial Automation
  • Telecom
  • Test and Measurement
  • Medical
  • Aerospace and Defense
  • Simulation

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License Activation System for RTX64 2014

After downloading and installing RTX64 2014 on the target machine, an activation and configuration utility will start, prompting you for the product activation key you received in an email confirming your purchase. Cut and paste the activation key into the activation and configuration utility and click Activate. Once the RTX64 2014 Runtime is activated you must configure your subsystem. Once the system is configured, you will be prompted to reboot. If you have not received a product activation key, please contact your Sales Representative at [email protected]

Two licensing tutorial videos – one for activation when the target has an Internet connection, and one for non-Internet activation – can be viewed here.

Redistributables and Symbols

Redistributables for specific versions of the RTX64 managed code library and symbols for Runtime updates can be found in the IntervalZero support area.

Windows 10 is Not Supported

RTX64 2014 is not supported on any version of Windows 10. Attempts to install RTX64 2014 on Windows 10 will result in a Blue Screen. If you require the Windows 10 operating system, you will need RTX64 3.x.

For more information on operating system compatibility, see the RTX64 Operating System and Visual Studio Compatibility Matrix under Guides and MiniTutorials.

Released: 7/24/2015

The RTX64 2014 Runtime with Service Pack 2 installation package supports Silent installation and can also be used with WES7 and WES8. This Runtime also contains the features for the optional RT-TCP/IP Stack and drivers.

Released: 7/24/2015

The RTX64 2014 SDK with Service Pack 2 installation package contains Visual Studio 2013 and 2012 support; Visual Studio templates for creating RTSS applications and Real-Time Dynamic Linked Libraries (RTDLLs); debugging support for Real-time applications; a WinDbg Extension and symbols for postmortem debugging; headers and libraries; and sample source.

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Released: 7/24/2015

IntervalZero provides merge modules that contain components of the RTX64 Runtime and RT-TCP/IP Stack and drivers. This allows developers to include selected components of the RTX64 Runtime into their product installation package

Released: 2/20/2015

The RTX64 2014 Runtime with Service Pack 1 installation package supports Silent installation and can also be used with WES7 and WES8. This Runtime also contains the features for the optional RT-TCP/IP Stack and drivers.

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Released: 2/20/2015

The RTX64 2014 SDK with Service Pack 1 installation package contains Visual Studio 2013 and 2012 support; Visual Studio templates for creating RTSS applications and Real-Time Dynamic Linked Libraries (RTDLLs); debugging support for Real-time applications; a WinDbg Extension and symbols for postmortem debugging; headers and libraries; and sample source.

Released: 2/20/2015

IntervalZero provides merge modules that contain components of the RTX64 Runtime and RT-TCP/IP Stack and drivers. This allows developers to include selected components of the RTX64 Runtime into their product installation package

Released: 9/5/2014

The RTX64 2014 Runtime installation package supports Silent installation and can also be used with WES7 and WES8. This Runtime also contains the features for the optional RT-TCP/IP Stack and drivers.

Released: 9/5/2014

The RTX64 2014 SDK installation package contains Visual Studio 2010 and 2012 support, a wizard for application development, WinDbg Extension and symbols for postmortem debugging, headers and libraries, and sample source.

Released: 9/5/2014

IntervalZero provides merge modules that contain components of the RTX64 Runtime and RT-TCP/IP Stack and drivers. This allows developers to include selected components of the RTX64 Runtime into their product installation package

Released: 12/7/2015

This update for RTX64 2014 with Service Pack 2 resolves issues with the Subsystem and RTX64 Virtual Network:

  • Resolved a cache coherency conflict for CPU bound applications. (4515)
  • Resolved an issue where the Virtual Network interface would lose received packets. (4513)
  • Resolved an issue where the Subsystem used an incorrect size for an internal register copy on systems that support Memory Protection Extensions (Intel MPX). (4539)

Source files for the RTX64 Virtual Network and Symbols for this update can be found in the IntervalZero Support area.

Released: 8/20/2015

This update for RTX64 2014 with Service Pack 2 adds Subsystem-side support for the Visual Studio 2015 C Runtime, as well as a fix for device enumeration by the RT-TCP/IP Stack.

IMPORTANT! This update must be installed on the RTX64 2014 with Service Pack 2 Runtime system in order to run RTSS applications and/or RTDLLs built with Visual Studio 2015.

Symbols for this update can be found in the IntervalZero Support area.

Released: 8/20/2015

This update for RTX64 2014 SDK with Service Pack 2 adds build and debug support for Visual Studio 2015.

IMPORTANT! In order for RTSS applications and/or RTDLLs that use the Visual Studio 2015 C Runtime to run correctly, Update 1 for RTX64 2014 with Service Pack 2 must be installed on the Runtime systems where you deploy your applications.

Released: 3/12/2015

This update for RTX64 2014 with Service Pack 1 addresses networking issues with the RT-TCP/IP Stack:

  • Resolved potential data corruption in the RT-TCP/IP Stack’s frame receive function from the device driver, which was most likely to occur when a filter driver dropped a receive frame. (3843)
  • Resolved an issue where using the Real-Time Network Device function RtndFrameTransmit when the RT-TCP/IP Stack was busy caused an error: tfFreeSharedBuffer: Attempt to free more that alloc a buffer Error 0x0. (3821)
  • Resolved issues with the Real-Time Network Device function RtndFrameAllocate that caused it to fail. (3893)

Symbols for this update can be found in the IntervalZero Support area.

Note that this update has been incorporated into RTX64 2014 with Service Pack 2.

Broadcom 57762 Driver Support for RTX64 2014 with Service Pack 2

8/6/2015

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The IntervalZero RtBCM is a real-time network standalone driver for RTX64 2014 with Service Pack 2 that provides support for the Broadcom 57762 Network Interface Card (NIC). This installation provides an RtBCM driver that can be used with the RT-TCP/IP stack.

This is an update to the IntervalZero RtE1000 real-time network driver delivered with RTX64 2014. This RtE1000 driver update provides support for the Intel 82579 Gigabit Network device. The installation provides an RtE1000 driver that can be used with the RT-TCP/IP stack.

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Note that this driver has been incorporated into RTX64 2014 with Service Pack 1.

Updated: 7/24/2015

RTX64 Analyzer is a diagnostic tool used for retrieving information that can help in evaluating system status and identifying potential problem areas.

Updated: 10/2/2015

The IntervalZero Dongle Activation Utility is a standalone utility that allows you to license IntervalZero products to an IntervalZero-provided dongle. This utility allows for the separation of the required network activation. Instead of activating dongles on the production floor you can activate them at another location and just provide importable license files and dongles to your production environment.

This document highlights the benefits in cost and efficiency of the RTX64 2014 product, shows the system architecture, and lists key features.

This document provides an overview of the RTX64 2014 RT-TCP/IP Stack component, shows how it integrates with the Windows architecture, and lists key features.

Information on RTX64 Runtime installation, activation, and configuration.

Information on RTX64 SDK installation and activation.

Information on installing the RTX64 2014 merge modules with your product installation package.

Information on installing, activating and configuring RTX64 for common deployment scenarios.

Updated: 8/20/2015

Information on default program setup and functionality differences between RTX64 and RTX 2012.

Drivers Intervalzero 64

The purpose of this guide is to assist you in moving from a 32-bit RTX 2012 development and Runtime environment to the RTX64 64-bit environment.

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Information on deploying RTX64 2014 on Windows Embedded Standard 7 with SP1 (WES7).