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SubjectRe: [PATCH] [request for inclusion] Realtime LSM
Andrew Morton wrote:
> Paul Davis <> wrote:
>>>SCHED_FIFO and SCHED_RR are definitely privileged operations and you
>>this is the crux of what this whole debate is about. for all of you
>>people who think about linux on multi-user systems with network
>>connectivity, running servers and so forth, this is clearly a given.
>>but there is large and growing body of machines that run linux where
>>the sole human user of the machine has a strong and overwhelming
>>desire to have tasks run with the characteristics offered by
>>SCHED_FIFO and/or SCHED_RR. are they still "privileged" operations on
>>this class of linux system? what about linux installed on an embedded
>>system, with a small LCD screen and the sole purpose of running audio
>>apps live? are they still privileged then?
> Paul. Everyone agrees with you. I think. We just need to work out
> the best way of doing it.
> Would I be right in suspecting that we know what to do, but nobody has
> stepped up to write the code? It's kinda looking like that?

I thought I made it clear i had already volunteered. I was after a
response to my proposal for how to do it.

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