I noticed that mgos disables the APP_CORE, see the log file attached.
Is their a way to turn on both cores?
Also, can someone give me a link to understand more about the mgos_init process?
I asked about this in the chat and they answered the following:
ViniciusDiasSilva @ViniciusDiasSilva May 28 22:38
@DrBomb How do I put some task to run in the second core?
DrBomb @DrBomb May 28 22:40
mOS does not manage or runs the second core in any way shape of form, it's not even supported right now, you're on your own pretty much
You should start by reading the esp-idf docs
ViniciusDiasSilva @ViniciusDiasSilva May 28 22:44
@DrBomb It's sad to hear that, it really is a waste of the potential of the device if used with mOS
DrBomb @DrBomb May 28 22:44
Right, but mOS is aimed at multiple platforms, I guess this were the limitations the developers had to agree if the development was to be fast
Deomid Ryabkov @rojer May 29 19:56
@ViniciusDiasSilva re: second core on esp32 - it is planned but no eta. some parts of mos are just not mp-safe (yet).
ViniciusDiasSilva @ViniciusDiasSilva May 29 22:16
@rojer Ok, I am anxiously waiting
thanks @ViniciusDS . I think we have time to wait. We still can manage with one core for now.
If you're using an ESP32 ... with mos ... feels like we're using ESP8266's ... with less filesystem space (https://mongoose-os.com/docs/howtos/fs.md) .... but we have BT and encryption (when/if encryption wants to work ... https://forum.mongoose-os.com/discussion/2627/esp32-flash-encryption-failure )