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> On Wed, Sep 12, 2007 at 12:54:17AM +0200, Marcus Brinkmann wrote:
> > People have mentioned several issues in GNU Mach (in particular, there
> > was one good summary by Olaf, but heck if I can find it in the
> > archive. Do you guys never change the subject lines?) But there was
> > at least one glaring omission, and one that is in my opinion Given the
> > Of course it is impossible to give a comprehensive review of all
> > issues, but at least this one deserves particular mention, because it
> > is so obvious. If you ever did I/O-intensive work on the Hurd, you
> > know what I am talking about.
> > GNU Mach does not have any resource accounting, and it has very poor
> > resource scheduling.
> Actually, I did mention it as the very first problem, though only in one
> Anyways, thanks for the nice summary :-)
> BTW, the message you were looking for is
> http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/gnu-system-discuss/2007-09/msg00071.html >
> Guess how I found it? By searching for "resource" :-)
Right. That's the message. It mentions resource accounting, but not