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I can understand (but not like) that they want to ask questions about my
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anyway). And why do they insist on having the users email address as a
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>> hi there,
>> can anyone please give me some pointers to comprehensive benchmark
>> tests (incl. results) on the major RTOSes running on embedded platforms
>> like PowerPC, 68xxx etc. ?
>> Especially LynxOS, VxWorks, EneaOSE and QNX are in my focus.
>> Tests should include things like task switching times and message
>> passing throughput.
>> What about embedded NT ? Any experiences yet ?
>> Of course, any relevant comment on one of the above RTOSes is
>> appreciated (as long as they do not lead to another holy-flame-war
>> -crusade on embedded RTOS).
>> Draeger Medizintechnik GmbH
>> D-23542 Luebeck, Germany