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Perfomance problems and main stream
- Date: Tue, 23 Feb 1999 15:17:40 +0100 (CET)
- From: valette at crf.canon.fr (VALETTE Eric)
- Subject: Perfomance problems and main stream
>>>>> "aleksey" == Quality Quorum <qqi at world.std.com> writes:
aleksey> On Tue, 23 Feb 1999, VALETTE Eric wrote:
>> >>>>> "Quality" == Quality Quorum <qqi at world.std.com> writes:
aleksey> Let consider simple router application as an example.
What is the relationship with the libchip discussion?
>> How mange Linux to work on MIPS, ALPHA, INTEL, PPC, ARM on various platform?
aleksey> Can Linux perform routing ? Yes.
aleksey> Is it competitive vs specialized routers ? No
>> Same for VxWorks?
aleksey> Can stock VxWorks IP stack and drivers perform routing ? Yes
aleksey> Can you build good router this way ? No
As far as I know, Cisco has been using VxWorks and also a scaled
down version of SCO Unix in their routers???
So I'm sceptical concerning what you say. An in any case
I do not understand what routing has to do with a clean
processor and BSP API (other calls it a HAL) definition