[Mono-dev] Mono and IBM
Carlos Ruiz Diaz
carlos.ruizdiaz at gmail.com
Sat Jan 31 08:43:09 EST 2009
The original program was made in Java but IBM (from Brazil) stop recommended
it because of its high hardware cost (consumes too much processor time) and
they started offering PHP as a valid option (what? php?).but buying the zend
I will still fighting for mono but if I am wrong choosing it, my head will
be in danger. XD
Thank you for the ideas but Java is not an option anymore.
BTW. I developed a sofware in C# and mono 2.2 that collects CDRs sent by 3
GSM gateways in RT. The software makes billing and writes in a DB2 database
but the whole program runs on Linux.
What do you guys think about performance penalization installing the Linux
OS in a specially formatted partition inside the AS?
On Sat, Jan 31, 2009 at 12:47 AM, Rodrigo Kumpera <kumpera at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2009/1/31 Carlos Ruiz Diaz <carlos.ruizdiaz at gmail.com>
>> Do you think that is reliable and secure to build a high availability
>> system that manage money in real time using mono and C#?
> Mono was not designed for real-time workloads. There is a project that adds
> support for locking with priority inheritance. Which is a step forward, but
> it won't give you any sort of hard or soft real-time guarantees.
> Your only option for managed languages on an AS400, as far as I know, is
> the RTSJ offer from IBM.
> You can, as well, help mono to be ready for such thing.
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