[cap-talk] C-like Capability language
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Mon Aug 11 21:44:25 CDT 2008
Þann 11. ágúst 2008 ritaði David Nicol <davidnicol at gmail.com>:
> On Thu, Jul 31, 2008 at 4:58 PM, William Pearson <wil.pearson at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I want
>> to do capability based security in a VM designed for real-time systems
>> which uses an agoric system to allocate system resources.
Hmm.. I cant find this word ,,agoric" anywhere but
(Agoric system). Are the voluntary transactions central? I am
> Instead of creating a new language, how about replacing the scheduler
> of an existing kernel with an agoric scheduler? The scheduling
> algorithm becomes the judge. A process could have some code
> associated with it -- its "advocate" -- that argues why this process
> should get the resources, or negotiates for price. Low priority
> processes would have low budgets and would wait until after 11 pm to
> schedule their resource use.
But where is that "advocate" code run? As an proccess?
Then where does that proccess "advocate" code run?
and so on ad infinitum :-)
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