Preemptive Kernel and MPC8xx ???
steven.scholz at imc-berlin.de
Thu Nov 27 02:08:13 EST 2003
Marius Groeger wrote:
> AFAIK, you can pretty much drop the low-latency patch in favor of
> using the lock-breaking patch. It is also available from Robert Love
> at the cited home page.
Rob Love wrote me:
>>Is it correct that your lock-break does basicly the same as Andrew Morton's
>>low-latency patches? Where is the big difference?
> Yes, basically the same thing. Lock-break is a version of low-latency
> that is "optimized" for use with the preemptive kernel.
> You might as well just use low-latency, as Andrew is keeping that more
> up to date.
And that's what I noticed when looking and the download pages...
That leaves three options:
> (a) Use only preempt-kernel
> (b) Use only low-latency
> (c) Use preempt-kernel + low-latency
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