Realfeel Test of the Preemptible Kernel Patch
Linux Journal takes a look at the
Preemptible Kernel Patch.
"Linux was originally written as a general-purpose operating system without
any consideration for real-time applications. Recently Linux has become
attractive to the real-time community due to its low cost and open
standards. In order to make it more practical for the real-time community,
patches have been written to affect such things as interrupt latency and
context switch. These patches are public domain and are becoming part of the
main Linux tree."
(Submitted by Noel Thu Oct 31, 2002 )
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