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The System Architecture guide accompanies the QNX Neutrino realtime OS and is intended for both application developers and end-users.
The guide describes the philosophy of QNX Neutrino and the architecture used to robustly implement the OS. It covers message-passing services, followed by the details of the microkernel, the process manager, resource managers, the Photon microGUI, and other aspects of QNX Neutrino.
|Note that certain features of the OS as described in this
guide may still be under development for a given release.
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The following table may help you find information quickly:
|To find out about:||Go to:|
|OS design goals; message-passing IPC||The Philosophy of QNX Neutrino|
|System services||The QNX Neutrino Microkernel|
|System event monitoring||The Instrumented Microkernel|
|Working on a system with more than one processor||Multicore Processing|
|Memory management, pathname management, etc.||Process Manager|
|Shared objects||Dynamic Linking|
|Device drivers||Resource Managers|
|Image, RAM, QNX 4, DOS, CD-ROM, Flash, NFS, CIFS, Ext2 filesystems||Filesystems|
|Serial and parallel devices||Character I/O|
|Network subsystem||Networking Architecture|
|Native QNX Neutrino networking||Native Networking (Qnet)|
|TCP/IP implementation||TCP/IP Networking|
|Fault recovery||High Availability|
|Power-aware systems||Power Management|
|Sharing resources among competing processes||Adaptive Partitioning|
|Graphical environment||The Photon microGUI|
|Terms used in QNX documentation||Glossary|
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