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    SubjectRE: [patch] QNX-style scheduling for Linux 2.0
    Hi there.

    It does not do real-time in any way. It only implements the QNX scheduler
    as described by a couple of different sources. I should probably make it
    clear in the README that the patch does *not* do real-time, since the
    "QNX" name might imply that it does real-time.

    This is where I initially got my information about the QNX scheduler:

    http://osiris.cpc.wmin.ac.uk/~drotos/qnx/microkernel/schedul.html

    -- Adam


    On Sat, 26 Jul 1997 milcom@netcom.com wrote:

    >
    > On 26-Jul-97 Adam McKee wrote:
    > > QNX-style Scheduling v1.00 for Linux 2.0
    > <snip>
    >
    > nice, yet i thought QNX was a real time OS.. as in assuring that your
    > application will be able to service I/O at some guaranteed interval.
    >
    > You make no mention of realtime performace, is there any?
    >
    > How does it compare to the RT-linux project?
    >


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