real-time filesystem

real-time filesystem

Post by Gary H » Sat, 16 Oct 2004 21:00:25



Hello,

I look forward the information/code about real-time filesystem (FAT/VFAT)
based on ARM platform for multimedia application.

Any kind of guidance is appreciated.

best regards,
Gary

 
 
 

real-time filesystem

Post by Michael Schnel » Tue, 19 Oct 2004 19:56:23


What do you mean by a real-time filesystem  ?

Linux comes with a lot of files systems. Using file systems in Linux is
as much hard real time (guaranteed meeting deadlines) as Linux by
itself: not at all.

-Michael

 
 
 

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