[LAD] BFS and lennart's realtimekit idea...
Kjetil S. Matheussen
k.s.matheussen at notam02.no
Thu Oct 22 16:26:52 UTC 2009
> this looks like it could provide a simple way of granting fixed-deadline
> tasks appropriate cpu time without effectively handing the machine over.
> i was quite skeptical of lennart's idea of a userspace daemon to do the
> job reliably, but the scheduler should have pretty good leverage on
> rogue tasks :)
Why do you need a special scheduling mode? If you run a watchdog in the
background, you shouldn't handle the machine over.
"das_watchdog" should be a properly made watchdog. It has saved
me numerous times, and works gently by temporarily turning off
realtime priority for all processes if something happens.
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