2003 Kernel Summit: High Availability
Posted Jul 31, 2003 8:32 UTC (Thu) by ofranja
Parent article: 2003 Kernel Summit: High Availability
That's where micro-kernels have a lot of advantages: driver isolation is one of it's principles. Maybe w/initramfs, daemonization of acpi and other places of kernel code - knfsd for example - we'll see a more stable kernel. But that's just a start.
BTW, being able to kill -9 some bad written or bugged program is much better than hanging all program that tries to access /mnt/my_nfs_share and having to reboot the machine.
PS: Micro-kernels are fast, real, and work. Take a look at http://l4ka.org/ and enjoy. That's even a linux 2.2 server avaiable.
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