Xenomai  3.0.8
Cobalt

Cobalt supplements the native Linux kernel in dual kernel configurations. More...

Collaboration diagram for Cobalt:

Modules

 Cobalt kernel
 The Cobalt core is a co-kernel which supplements the Linux kernel for delivering real-time services with very low latency.
 
 Analogy framework
 A RTDM-based interface for implementing DAQ card drivers.
 
 POSIX interface
 

Detailed Description

Cobalt supplements the native Linux kernel in dual kernel configurations.

It deals with all time-critical activities, such as handling interrupts, and scheduling real-time threads. The Cobalt kernel has higher priority over all the native kernel activities.

Cobalt provides an implementation of the POSIX and RTDM interfaces based on a set of generic RTOS building blocks.