enabling/disabling trampoline

Frank Mehnert fm3 at os.inf.tu-dresden.de
Mon Mar 10 10:02:01 CET 2003


On Monday 10 March 2003 08:33, Cristiano Ligieri Pereira wrote:
> I understand that the trampoline mechanism slows down the execution
> because it adds one more level of "indirection" when handling system calls
> on l4-linux. I would like to run some experiments with/without it but I'm
> not quite sure on how to achieve it,i.e., disable and enable it back
> again. Do I have to recompile the whole kernel? Do I have to recompile
> only the Linux application I will run on the top of l4-linux? What exactly
> do I have to do?
>
> I'm pasting part of a message from mailing list in which Frank Mehnert
> mention something about a patch, which I could not find.

Please wait some days. Currently we are working on a glibc which does
exactly what you want. 

Frank
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