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SubjectRe: Some very thought-provoking ideas about OS architecture.
> Well - there is. Because function calling leads to things like
> ioctl(). And ioctl() is _evil_. Yes, linux-kernel interface without

ioctl is fortunately rarely high performance, but your observation about
ioctl is sound. Its quite icky in Mosix the way it calls back to get the
data from userspace.

> PS: Well - there is such forwarder in development around here. It does
> not forward ioctl()s for obvious reasons :-). Major thing for
> clustering seems to be 32bit pids just now.

You also know about bproc ?

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