An open Quality of Service Architecture 0.3.1

An open Quality of Service Architecture is an open architecture for the provisioning of Quality of Service related functionality
An open Quality of Service Architecture is an open architecture for the provisioning of Quality of Service related functionality into the Linux kernel.

The project features a flexible, portable and lightweight software architecture for supporting QoS related services on the top of a general-purpose operating system as Linux. The architecture is well founded on formal scheduling analysis and control theoretical results.

At the core of the software there is an adaptive Resource Reservation layer that is capable of dynamically adapting the CPU allocation for QoS aware applications based on its run-time requirements.

As it is highlighted by the AQuoSA architecture, the project is mainly composed of two components:

- the QoS Res module, for which you can browse online the kernel, application and internal APIs
- the QoS Mgr module, for which you can browse online the kernel, application and internal APIs

What's New in This Release:

Some bug fixed

last updated on:
December 5th, 2006, 20:35 GMT
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developed by:
Tommaso Cucinotta
homepage:
aquosa.sourceforge.net
license type:
LGPL (GNU Lesser General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ System \ Operating Systems \ Kernels

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