Linked by David Adams on Wed 14th Jul 2010 21:41 UTC, submitted by fithisux
OSNews, Generic OSes Fiasco is a preemptible real-time kernel supporting hard priorities. It uses non-blocking synchronization for its kernel objects. This guarantees priority inheritance and makes sure that runnable high-priority processes never block waiting for lower-priority processes. Is it the Java of operating systems?
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RE: Regarding Java comment
by GeorgesBraque on Wed 14th Jul 2010 22:42 UTC in reply to "Regarding Java comment"
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my guess is it is a reference to the portability of the JVM . . .

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