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    SubjectRe: RT patch acceptance
    On Tue, May 31, 2005 at 06:48:50AM -0400, James Bruce wrote:
    > orthogonal, because *if* preempt-RT patch becomes guaranteed hard-RT, it

    I don't see how can preempt-RT ever become hard-RT when a simple lock
    hangs it. As soon as you call kernel code, you'll eventually hang,
    kmalloc will have to allocate memory and pageout other stuff no matter
    what.

    I really hope embedded developers knows better and they don't get the
    idea of using preempt-RT where hard-RT is required.
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