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GearV: A Two-Gear Hypervisor for Mixed-Criticality IoT Systems

06/05/2021
by   Kaiwen Long, et al.
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This paper presents GearV, a two-gear lightweight hypervisor architecture to address the some known challenges. By dividing hypervisor into some partitions, and dividing scheduling policies into Gear1 and Gear2 respectively, GearV creates a consolidated platform to run best-effort system and safety-critical system simultaneously with managed engineering effort. The two-gears architecture also simplifies retrofitting the virtualization systems. We believe that GearV can serves as a reasonable hypervisor architecture for the mix-critical IoT systems.

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