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 Currently, three implementations of the rump kernel hypercall interface  Currently, three implementations of the rump kernel hypercall interface
 exist.  exist.
   
 -   The POSIX implementation is included in the NetBSD tree and makes  -   The POSIX implementation is included in the NetBSD tree and allows
     rump kernels to run as userspace processes on most operating systems      rump kernels to run as userspace processes on most operating systems
     such as NetBSD, Linux and Solaris.      such as NetBSD, Linux and Solaris.
 -   The Xen implementation allows running rump kernels directly as Xen  -   The Xen implementation allows running rump kernels directly as Xen
Line 55  lightweight. The bootstrap time for rump Line 55  lightweight. The bootstrap time for rump
 measured in milliseconds and memory footprint in 100kB's. This means  measured in milliseconds and memory footprint in 100kB's. This means
 that a rump kernel can be bootstrapped for example as part of a command  that a rump kernel can be bootstrapped for example as part of a command
 line tool for virtually no cost or user impact. Rump kernels also  line tool for virtually no cost or user impact. Rump kernels also
 mandate very little from the hypercall implementation meaning that rump  mandate very little from the hypercall implementation meaning that
 kernels, and by extension NetBSD kernel drivers, can be hosted in  rump kernels, and by extension NetBSD kernel drivers, can be hosted in
 virtually any environment.  virtually any environment -- for example, rump kernels do not require
   a platform with an MMU.
   
 Use cases for rump kernels include:  Use cases for rump kernels include:
   
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 ## Further Reading  ## Further Reading
   
 ### Dissertation  ### Book
   
 The following is the definitive guide to the anykernel and rump kernels  The following book is the definitive guide to the anykernel and rump
 and supercedes all earlier publications and terminology on the subject.  kernels and supercedes all earlier publications and terminology on
   the subject.
   
 -   [Flexible Operating System Internals: The Design and Implementation  -   [Flexible Operating System Internals: The Design and Implementation
     of the Anykernel and Rump      of the Anykernel and Rump
     Kernels](http://lib.tkk.fi/Diss/2012/isbn9789526049175/isbn9789526049175.pdf)      Kernels](http://lib.tkk.fi/Diss/2012/isbn9789526049175/isbn9789526049175.pdf)
   
   Note that the book was finalized in summer 2012, so while the fundamentals
   are still accurate, some of the problems described in "Future Work"
   have already been solved.  Check out the links below.
   
   
 ### Software using rump kernels  ### Software using rump kernels
   
 These links are interesting for people who want to use rump kernels in  While the NetBSD source tree hosts the base kernel drivers and hypercall
 addition to reading about them.  implementation, more I/O drivers, infrastructure scripts and hypercall
   implementations are hosted elsewhere.  Most of the code is hosted
   under the [rump kernels](https://github.com/rumpkernel/) organization
   on github.  Some highlights include:
   
 -   [Scripts for building rump kernels for POSIX  -   [Scripts for building rump kernels for POSIX
     systems](https://github.com/anttikantee/buildrump.sh)      systems](https://github.com/rumpkernel/buildrump.sh)
   -   The [rumprun](https://github.com/rumpkernel/rumprun/) package
       allows portable building and running of unmodified NetBSD userspace
       applications -- extremely useful for configuring rump kernels (e.g.
       network interfaces and routing tables)
 -   [Rump kernel hypercall implementation for Xen; rump kernels as Xen  -   [Rump kernel hypercall implementation for Xen; rump kernels as Xen
     DomU's](https://github.com/anttikantee/rumpuser-xen)      DomU's](https://github.com/rumpkernel/rumpuser-xen)
 -   [fs-utils: File system image access  -   [fs-utils: File system image access
     utilities](https://github.com/stacktic/fs-utils)      utilities](https://github.com/stacktic/fs-utils)
 -   Fast userspace packet processing: TCP/IP stack for use with  -   Fast userspace packet processing: TCP/IP stack for use with
     [DPDK](https://github.com/anttikantee/dpdk-rumptcpip) or      [DPDK](https://github.com/rumpkernel/dpdk-rumptcpip) or
     [netmap](https://github.com/anttikantee/netmap-rumptcpip)      [netmap](https://github.com/rumpkernel/netmap-rumptcpip)
   
 ### Articles, Tutorials & Howtos  ### Articles, Tutorials & Howtos
   

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