LCA: Andrew Tanenbaum on creating reliable systems
Posted Jan 18, 2007 3:53 UTC (Thu) by drag
Parent article: LCA: Andrew Tanenbaum on creating reliable systems
This sort of thing always sounds so kick-ass.
I mean, seriously, who wouldn't want to spend a extra 50 bucks on their computer to make up for the 10% drop in performance if that makes the computer much much more reliable?
Also since everything is divided up into proccesses then doesn't this sort of think make sense to be used on the 8+ core machines of the future?
Oh well. So much promise, but so little results so far.
Maybe Hurd will have another port from L4 to Minix, like they did from Mach to the L4 kernel.
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