Arpan Gujarati

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—Contemporary multiprocessor real-time operating systems, such as VxWorks, LynxOS, QNX, and real-time variants of Linux, allow a process to have an arbitrary processor affinity, that is, a process may be pinned to an arbitrary subset of the processors in the system. Placing such a hard constraint on process migrations can help to improve cache performance(More)
Contemporary multiprocessor real-time operating systems, such as VxWorks, LynxOS, QNX, and real-time variants of Linux, allow a process to have an arbitrary processor affinity, that is, a process may be pinned to an arbitrary subset of the processors in the system. Placing such a hard constraint on process migrations can help to improve cache performance of(More)
on this special issue of ECRTS. The three papers in this section include: • Computing periodic request functions to speed-up the analysis of non-cyclic task models, Haibo Zeng, Marco Di Natale • Global EDF scheduling for parallel real-time tasks, • Multiprocessor real-time scheduling with arbitrary processor affinities: from practice to theory,
Contemporary multiprocessor real-time operating systems, such as VxWorks, LynxOS, QNX, and real-time variants of Linux, allow a process to have an arbitrary processor affinity, that is, a process may be pinned to an arbitrary subset of the processors in the system. Placing such a hard constraint on process migrations can help to improve cache performance of(More)
—Virtually all major real-time operating systems such as QNX, VxWorks, LynxOS, and most real-time variants of Linux expose processor affinity APIs to restrict task migrations. Initially motivated by throughput and isolation reasons, the ability to flexibly control migrations on a per-task basis has also proved to be useful from a schedulability perspective.(More)
—Contemporary multiprocessor real-time operating systems, such as VxWorks, LynxOS, QNX, and real-time variants of Linux, allow a process to have an arbitrary processor affinity, that is, a process may be pinned to an arbitrary subset of the processors in the system. Placing such a hard constraint on process migrations can help to improve cache performance(More)
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