Subject: Real time scheduling in the kernel
To: Technical Kernel Mailing List <tech-kern@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Brett Lymn <firstname.lastname@example.org.AU>
Date: 03/13/1996 13:25:10
I have a mate that is wanting to know if there is any support for
real time processes in the kernel - that is a process that, once
started, is guarenteed to run to completion without interruption. My
mate says that he was talking with a guy who was hacking on the kernel
before 4.2bsd came out and this guy was saying that putting the
support in was no big deal.
I suspect that, from what I have seen, that this support is not there.
Am I correct on this? If I am, is there anyone with this on a "to do"
list? (I am not pushing, just curious ;-)
Brett Lymn, Computer Systems Administrator, AWA Defence Industries
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