Thread management done by user-level threads library Examples - POSIX Pthreads - Mach C-threads - Solaris threads THREADS Supported by the Kernel Kernel Threads Examples - Windows 95/98/NT/2000 - Solaris - Tru64 UNIX - BeOS - Linux
The main purpose of the project Scheduling in Linux is adding a scheduling policy to the Linux Kernel 2.4. It also aims at providing a clear yet concrete oversiew of the scheduling process in Linux. It also aims at providing a clear yet concrete oversiew of the scheduling process in Linux. Jan 05, 2015 · Linux kernel features a preemptive scheduling, which means that a thread can stop to execute another thread before it completes as shown in Figure 3. A thread can be preempted by a pending thread that is more important ( e.g. , of a higher priority).