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In article <200309040350.31949.phillips@arcor.de>,
Daniel Phillips <phillips@arcor.de> wrote:

| As for Karim's work, it's a quintessentially flashy trick to make two UP
| kernels run on a dual processor. It's worth doing, but not because it blazes
| the way forward for ccClusters. It can be the basis for hot kernel swap:
| migrate all the processes to one of the two CPUs, load and start a new kernel
| on the other one, migrate all processes to it, and let the new kernel restart
| the first processor, which is now idle.

UML running on a sibling, anyone? Interesting concept, not necessarily
useful.
--
bill davidsen <davidsen@tmr.com>
CTO, TMR Associates, Inc
Doing interesting things with little computers since 1979.
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