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SubjectRe: Linux, the microkernel (was Re: latest linus-2.5 BK broken)
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> A microkernel design was actually made to work once, with good performance.  
> It was about fifteen years ago, in the amiga. Know how they pulled it off?
> Commodore used a mutant ultra-cheap 68030 that had -NO- memory management
> unit.

Vanilla 68000 actually. And it never worked well - the UI folks had
to use a library not threads. The fs performance sucked
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