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Author Topic: Toro Kernel  (Read 658 times)


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Toro Kernel
« on: January 21, 2017, 09:17:34 pm »
Hi folks!
i mentioned that in the past few months ne toro kernel is again in development. the creator of toro (Matias E. Vara)  is doing a great job to update the kernel !!!
the tcp stack is updated and working ...
i have the "briliant" idea to create a fpc cloud infrastruture for web apps based on toro/fpc.
the main concepts are:
1/ monoblock app running in vm based on toro ( the base idea of toro)
2/ simple single user non concurent but async flie system ( todo - help needed on that)
3/ communication with intranet DB (mysql, postgres etc) and cache servers (redis, memcache  ...) .. native (no dll or .so ) clients implementations of the protocols is to be done - help needed... or maybe a thin tcp/http warpper based on json for communication with the servers?
4/ serving web requests on the extranet with a very fast (bare metal) http server
5/ running apps in vm deployed by platform like openskack
6/ no code injection possible due to the monoblock concept of toro - app is compiled and part of the kernel - one vm is runing a single kernel with the app embeded
7/ no interpreded languages - no risk :)
8/ minimal overhead no additional drivers except for ethernet and disk

waiting for your comments and suggestions!



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Re: Toro Kernel
« Reply #1 on: February 18, 2017, 03:31:42 pm »
Hi everyone, I have just moved the toro repo to github: https://github.com/MatiasVara/torokernel. I am also trying to organize the TODO work by using project and issue sections. Fell free to go through!

Regards, Matias.



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