Atomic is effectively a much slimmed down Red Hat Enterprise Linux on which multiple application containers can ride," Cormier said. "The beauty is that it's the same RHEL 7 across bare metal, OpenStack and now the Atomic platform."
I am developing linux kernel module to perform read/write operations.
It reads an input file and write the content to an output file.
I have to introduce atomic mode to my code.
I wanted to know if there is a way to revert changes from a written file in case of partial write for atomic mode.
I want to delete all content I have written to an output file in case my programs gives an error.
brian_panneton wrote:I keep getting a kernel dump ( generally when using flash or downloading a file ). It may have something to do with conky since I'm pretty sure it shouldn't be able to schedule while atomic. If I could get hints on whats happening that would be great.No, this has nothing to do with conky. Conky is a userspace process which is supposed to never crash the system.