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Re: [Hurd-alpha-devel] Re: L4 instead of gnumach?

From: Ad Buijsen
Subject: Re: [Hurd-alpha-devel] Re: L4 instead of gnumach?
Date: Thu, 9 Nov 2000 19:07:30 +0100 (CET)

On  6 Nov, Ali SHEIKH wrote:
>> Ad Buijsen <address@hidden> writes:
>> > Those gurus can be found on the L4 hackers list.
>> > 
>> > 64 Threads and 128 tasks....looks like an implementation for embedded
>> > systems.
> This just caught my eye. Where did you get these stats? 
In a message by Farid Hajji, IIRC.

>I found the following
> in the manuals:
> L4/x86: 255 tasks and 64 threads per task.
The layout of the ThreadID suggests 2049 tasks and 128 threads.
Its the reference manual for L4/x86, version 2 - out of date?

> L4/MIPS: 2048 tasks and 128 threads per task.
> I haven't read the alpha manual in detail but, I know that you have
> 1024 tasks (address spaces) and 256 threads (per task).

  Ad Buijsen

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