Runtime CRPD Management for Rate-Based Scheduling
Ref: HURRAY-TR-101201 Publication Date: 12, Apr, 2010
Runtime CRPD Management for Rate-Based SchedulingRef: HURRAY-TR-101201 Publication Date: 12, Apr, 2010
Temporal isolation is an increasingly relevant concern in particular for ARINC-351 and virtualisation-based systems. Traditional approaches like the rate-based scheduling framework RBED do not take into account the impact of preemptions in terms of loss of working set in the acceleration hardware (e.g. caches). While some improvements have been suggested in the literature, they are overly heavy in the presence of small high-priority tasks such as interrupt service routines. Within this paper we propose an approach enabling adaptive assessment of this preemption delay in a temporal isolation framework with special consideration of capabilities and limitations of the approach.
Workshop on Adaptive Resource Management (WARM 2010).
Notes: During CPSWEEK 2010