LITMUS RT : A Status Report ∗

@inproceedings{Brandenburg2007LITMUSR,
  title={LITMUS RT : A Status Report ∗},
  author={Bj{\"o}rn B. Brandenburg and Aaron Block and John M. Calandrino and Umamaheswari Devi and Hennadiy Leontyev and James H. Anderson},
  year={2007}
}
This paper describes a real-time extension to Linux called LITMUS, which is being designed to support real-time workloads on multiprocessor and multicore platforms. The recent shift by chip makers to multicore designs, combined with building interest within the open-source community in supporting real-time features in Linux, makes this research quite timely. The development of LITMUS was driven by a desire to bridge the gap between those working on algorithmic issues pertaining to… CONTINUE READING

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