Re: AMP on an SMP system

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On Fri, Aug 02, 2013 at 10:33:37AM +0200, Michael Schnell wrote:
> Is there a kind of "official" way to set aside one of the available
> cores in an SMP system from the Linux OS to do deeply embedded
> extremely-low-latency stuff in a kind of single task "main loop" type
> environment ? I.e. creating a true coprocessor from an SMP hardware.

Before hacking around (which might also lead to interesting solutions),
I would start using a kernel with preempt-rt support and play with the
cpu affinity:

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