2002 FREENIX Track Technical Program - Abstract
An Implementation of Scheduler Activations on the NetBSD
Nathan J. Williams, Wasabi Systems, Inc.
This paper presents the design and implementation of a two-level
thread scheduling system on NetBSD. This system provides a foundation
for efficient and flexible threads on both uniprocessor and
multiprocessor machines. The work is based on the scheduler
activations kernel interface proposed by Anderson et al. for
user-level control of parallelism in the presence of multiprogramming
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