in my application serveral tasks could delete one task (say: taks_to_delete). Additionally I have quite a high interrupt load that starts (unblock) most of my tasks. So the following could happen
1.) a tasks issues the command vTaskDelete(task_to_delete_handle)
2.) before the command gets completed a interrupt occurs that will unblock a high priority task
3.) this task also issues the command vTaskDelete(task_to_delete_handle)
In that cases it seems to me that my application crashes. I assume it happens when vTaskDelete() call try’s to delete a task that is not existing anymore. So far I had no idea how to verify my assumption. So here are my questions:
a) Is there a possibility to ‘survive’ a vTaskDelete() call that try’s to delete a tasks that is not existing anymore ?
b) is there a possibility to check which RTOS API-call causes the system crash ?