In message: <4227...@gamersimpact.com>
Ryan Sommers <rya...@gamersimpact.com> writes:
: Of course it
: could be argued that embedded systems probably don't have many threads,
: many threads that can be swapped, or even swap space in the first place.
You'd be wrong about the 'embedded systems don't have many threads'
part of your statement. Our embedded and semiembedded systems tend to
have dozens of the goofy thing. However, you'd be right about the 'no
swap space' part. We run without swap.