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1.  Memory and CPU Management

2.  Remote Shared Memory API for Oracle Solaris Clusters

3.  Session Description Protocol API

4.  Process Scheduler

5.  Locality Group APIs

6.  Input/Output Interfaces

7.  Interprocess Communication

8.  Socket Interfaces

9.  Programming With XTI and TLI

10.  Packet Filtering Hooks

11.  Transport Selection and Name-to-Address Mapping

12.  Real-time Programming and Administration

Basic Rules of Real-time Applications

Factors that Degrade Response Time

Synchronous I/O Calls

Interrupt Servicing

Shared Libraries

Priority Inversion

Sticky Locks

Runaway Real-time Processes

Asynchronous I/O Behavior

Real-time Files

The Real-Time Scheduler

Dispatch Latency

Scheduling Classes

Dispatch Queue

Dispatching Processes

Process Preemption

Kernel Priority Inversion

User Priority Inversion

Interface Calls That Control Scheduling

Using priocntl

Other interface calls

Utilities That Control Scheduling



Configuring Scheduling

Dispatcher Parameter Table

Reconfiguring config_rt_dptbl

Memory Locking

Locking a Page

Unlocking a Page

Locking All Pages

Recovering Sticky Locks

High Performance I/O

POSIX Asynchronous I/O

Oracle Solaris Asynchronous I/O

Notification (SIGIO)

Using aioread

Using aiowrite

Using aiocancel

Using aiowait

Using poll()

Using the poll Driver

Using close

Synchronized I/O

Synchronization Modes

Synchronizing a File

Interprocess Communication

Processing Signals

Pipes, Named Pipes, and Message Queues

Using Semaphores

Shared Memory

Asynchronous Network Communication

Modes of Networking

Timing Facilities

Timestamp Interfaces

Interval Timer Interfaces

13.  The Oracle Solaris ABI and ABI Tools

A.  UNIX Domain Sockets


Chapter 12

Real-time Programming and Administration

This chapter describes writing and porting real-time applications to run under SunOS. This chapter is written for programmers that are experienced in writing real-time applications and for administrators familiar with real-time processing and the Oracle Solaris system.

This chapter discusses the following topics: