One of the reasons that Linux is such a delightful operating system is
that your type of "reasoning" has usually been ignored.
> > I'm very skeptical of loose use of the term RT. Are these tasks of yours
> > really RT? Hard? Soft? Statistical?
> They are fairly hard and are triggered from an interrupt. After
"Fairly hard" means absolutely nothing at all.
> the interrupt enters the machine, the RT tasks should respond
> as fast as possible. There's a certain area where processes and
"as fast as possible" -- see above.
> > How? It's quite simple as it is.
> Reducing overall simplicity is not the goal. The main goal
Coulda fooled me.
--------------------------------- Victor Yodaiken Department of Computer Science New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology Socorro NM 87801 Homepage http://www.cs.nmt.edu/~yodaiken PowerPC Linux page http://linuxppc.cs.nmt.edu Real-Time Page http://rtlinux.org
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