Runnable Userspace Meta Programs in NetBSD 5.0

Suggested by Webmaster on Wednesday May 20, 2009

Rump (Runnable Userspace Meta Programs) is a kernel virtualization and isolation technique available only in NetBSD. Rump uses the standard user process abstraction to provide a virtualization container for kernel components such as file systems and networking. The first release to feature rump support is NetBSD 5.0.

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