Testing Task Schedulers on Linux System

@inproceedings{Jelenkovic2009TestingTS,
  title={Testing Task Schedulers on Linux System},
  author={Leonardo Jelenkovic and Stjepan Gros and Domagoj Jakobovic},
  booktitle={SCSS},
  year={2009}
}
Testing task schedulers on Linux operating system proves to be a challenging task. There are two main problems. The first one is to identify which properties of the scheduler to test. The second problem is how to perform it, e.g., which API to use that is sufficiently precise and in the same time supported on most platforms. This paper discusses the problems in realizing test framework for testing task schedulers and presents one potential solution. Observed behavior of the scheduler is the one… CONTINUE READING
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