Temporal Isolation with Preemption Delay Accounting
Ref: CISTER-TR-130903 Publication Date: 20, Sep, 2013
Temporal Isolation with Preemption Delay AccountingRef: CISTER-TR-130903 Publication Date: 20, Sep, 2013
Reservation systems are generally employed to enforce temporal isolation between applications. In the real-time context the corresponding temporal isolation requires not only the consideration of the direct interference due to execution of higher priority tasks, but also the indirect cost of e.g. cache-related preemption delay. The accounting of this in a server-based implementation of temporal isolation poses special challenges, in particular when misbehaving in the form of overruns and violation of the minimum inter-arrival time of an application are to be covered. We present a novel approach to extend the fault coverage and reduce the pessimism when compared to the state of the art. Furthermore we demonstrate that the extra implementation of the introduced mechanisms over the state of the art can be very low on complexity.
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