L4Linux threads - interrupt context
o.senft at sirrix.com
Fri Aug 25 16:41:31 CEST 2006
> And why do you need to run the server thread in an IRQ context? Couldn't it just be a
> "normal" L4Linux thread?
That exactly was my question. The server thread must run within the L4Linux
kernel. I only know how to create Linux threads which are not capable of
providing IPC server services due to blocking, and I know L4Linux threads
that run in IRQ contexts. Is there another way?
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