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# SGX Sample CMake
This repo contains a CMakeLists.txt for the [SampleEnclave](https://github.com/intel/linux-sgx/tree/master/SampleCode/SampleEnclave) code found in the [Linux Intel SGX SDK](https://github.com/intel/linux-sgx).
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Purpose of SampleEnclave
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1. Install Intel(R) SGX SDK for Linux* OS
2. Make sure your environment is set:
$ source ${sgx-sdk-install-path}/environment
3. $ mkdir build && cd build && cmake ..
$ source ${sgx-sdk-install-path}/environment
3. Create the build directory and run cmake:
$ mkdir build && cd build && cmake ..
4. Build the project with the prepared Makefile:
a. Hardware Mode, Debug build:
$ make
b. Hardware Mode, Pre-release build:
$ make SGX_PRERELEASE=1 SGX_DEBUG=0
c. Hardware Mode, Release build:
$ make SGX_DEBUG=0
d. Simulation Mode, Debug build:
$ make SGX_MODE=SIM
e. Simulation Mode, Pre-release build:
$ make SGX_MODE=SIM SGX_PRERELEASE=1 SGX_DEBUG=0
f. Simulation Mode, Release build:
$ make SGX_MODE=SIM SGX_DEBUG=0
5. Execute the binary directly:
$ ./app
6. Remember to "make clean" before switching build mode
$ ./app
6. Remember to ```make clean``` before switching build mode
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Explanation about Configuration Parameters
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TCSMaxNum, TCSNum, TCSMinPool
* TCSMaxNum, TCSNum, TCSMinPool
These three parameters will determine whether a thread will be created
dynamically when there is no available thread to do the work.
These three parameters will determine whether a thread will be created dynamically when there is no available thread to do the work.
StackMaxSize, StackMinSize
* StackMaxSize, StackMinSize
For a dynamically created thread, StackMinSize is the amount of stack available
once the thread is created and StackMaxSize is the total amount of stack that
thread can use. The gap between StackMinSize and StackMaxSize is the stack
dynamically expanded as necessary at runtime.
For a dynamically created thread, StackMinSize is the amount of stack available once the thread is created and StackMaxSize is the total amount of stack that thread can use. The gap between StackMinSize and StackMaxSize is the stack dynamically expanded as necessary at runtime.
For a static thread, only StackMaxSize is relevant which specifies the total
amount of stack available to the thread.
For a static thread, only StackMaxSize is relevant which specifies the total amount of stack available to the thread.
HeapMaxSize, HeapInitSize, HeapMinSize
* HeapMaxSize, HeapInitSize, HeapMinSize
HeapMinSize is the amount of heap available once the enclave is initialized.
HeapMinSize is the amount of heap available once the enclave is initialized.
HeapMaxSize is the total amount of heap an enclave can use. The gap between
HeapMinSize and HeapMaxSize is the heap dynamically expanded as necessary
at runtime.
HeapMaxSize is the total amount of heap an enclave can use. The gap between HeapMinSize and HeapMaxSize is the heap dynamically expanded as necessary at runtime.
HeapInitSize is here for compatibility.
HeapInitSize is here for compatibility.
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Sample configuration files for the Sample Enclave
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