Hannes Mayer wrote:
Philippe Gerum wrote:
Clearly not, it is still on the project's agenda, but PREEMPT_RT has
been too much of a moving target recently, not to speak of the vanilla
2.6 kernel itself.
Recently ? As for Kernel 2.6 there has always been too much
development for a stable release IMO, so I still prefer 2.4,
but that's a solely personal opinion. On the other hand, 2.6
has been quite stable for me (desktop and devel-stress-testing).
I've not talked about instability for 2.6, but rather significant changes in some
low-level layers. Incidentally, some of them were triggered by portion of the
PREEMPT_RT infrastructure leaking to the vanilla kernel. Unfortunately, this
sometimes causes issues you have to deal with when adapting Adeos to each new release.
This combo cannot be done overnight,
I was not complaining - just curious :-)
This work is likely going to start by a test campaign evaluating
PREEMPT_RT's and Xeno's nucleus performances in a series of simple and
relevant test cases over different ranges of platforms, so that we could
FWIW, I've just completed another page about the vanilla vs.
If you have the one or another additional stress test, I'd be more
than happy to add it to the page.
Thanks and best regards,