[etherlab-users] application modules

William Zumwalt wizumwalt at gmail.com
Fri Aug 2 17:56:49 CEST 2019


The only reason I can think of for wanting to write an app as a KM is if
data weren't going to userspace, but back down the network stack (using
another protocol?). My process data needs to go into userspace and I'm also
curious how an app written as a KM would send it's data to userspace?

According to the docs, the only difference I see is external memory for
domains. In the case of not having a single app mod instance, could there
be issues in multi-threading, having multiple user-space processes write to
the same PDO?

Can anyone think of any good reasons for writing the app as a KM?

Will
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