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SubjectRe: [patch] Real-Time Preemption, -VP-2.6.9-rc4-mm1-U1
>i have released the -U1 PREEMPT_REALTIME patch:

Not sure if I can bring this up to multi user yet. Some initial testing
in single user mode indicates problems when I turn on networking. See
the attached messages from /var/log/messages to see the kinds of problems
I am having. The key ones appear after doing
./S10network start
as part of single stepping the init sequence. I stopped at this point
to make sure I had a good record of the messages.

I also managed to get the machine stuck with
not sure why.

And yes, the .config is basically the same as in all previous tests.
(no changes since my first tests with -T4...)

A side question - if
you say that IRQ's must be threaded, is this going to be "permanent" and
if so - why?

I would prefer to not use threaded IRQ's if possible due to lower CPU
overhead [see previous email describing results...] and some problems
I see with setting priorities on those IRQ's (relative to real time tasks).

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