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== General Information ==
== General Information ==
As of Xenomai 3, there are two possible kernel configurations available: Cobalt and Mercury.
The Cobalt core configuration is the traditional co-kernel configuration and it the evolution of the Xenomai 2 architecture.
The Linux kernel is patched to allow the Cobalt core to deal with real-time activities including interrupts and scheduling.
The RTOS APIs provide an interface to the Cobalt core from user-space.
The Mercury core is a single kernel configuration that relies on the Linux kernel for the real-time capabilities.
Typically this requires PREEMPT-RT support to be enabled in the kernel to meet timing requirements.
The non-POSIX real-times APIs are emulated over a native threading library preferably NPTL.

Latest revision as of 14:06, 6 October 2015

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