Re: [uCsimm] Hard Real time Linux

From: 권석근 (kwonsk@mutech.co.kr)
Date: Thu Feb 24 2000 - 03:24:54 EST


Hi,

Larry Doolittle wrote:
>On a normal Pentium-class computer, RTLinux folks measure latencies
>of about 2 microseconds typical. There is a tail, though. Look
>at the Linux Journal article about flying a radar set into a hurricane.

Yah, you're right. sometimes i really supprised on that my amd-k6 300
desktop linux show 600 Bogomips.

>The final extreme is to throw a gate array at the problem. That
>can be very inexpensive and general, just imagine Linux running
>on the same gate array, see http://www.opencores.org/ OR1K project.

Great to hear that !.

Thanks.
kwonsk

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