On April 19, 2016, at the “QNX Technologies and Secure Real-Time Operating System “Neutrino” seminar, RELEX presented a report on the successful porting of DBMS Linter to the Neutrino-Elbrus platform. The report materials are based on the preliminary test results that demonstrated the performance of Linter on the Neutrino-Elbrus real-time platform.
The seminar for professionals in design, development and support of embedded and real-time systems is organized annually by SWD Embedded Systems. This year, over 100 experts took part in the event. The reports presented at the seminar focused on the QNX real-time platform development tendencies, Russian QNX-based secure operating systems, and the future of modern Russian mission-critical hardware platforms. Nikita Pechenkin, Lead Developer of RELEX, made a report “Russian DBMS Linter on Neutrino and Neutrino-Elbrus Platforms” in the “Software” section.
The report focused on the features of DBMS Linter that enable the system to work effectively on real-time platforms:
- cost-effective use of resources;
- stability of resources used;
- possibility to limit resources;
- asynchronous interface;
- query priorities;
- event mechanism;
- pre-translation of queries.
To demonstrate the capabilities of DBMS Linter on Neutrino-Elbrus, an air traffic management system prototype was presented. At present, full-scale workload testing of DBMS Linter on the hardware-software platform Neutrino-Elbrus is in progress.
Neutrino-Elbrus is not the first real-time platform that DBMS Linter supports. OS RV, VxWorks and RTOS-32 are among the real-time platforms that Linter is available for.