alias23122 schrieb:I always thought DART was embedded Windows storage server. Celerra has stickers for Windows storage server license on them, so I thought that's what it was.
no - definitely not
I havent seen the stickers but they might have to do with that EMC pays a CIFS royalty to Microsoft for each Celerra CIFS license sold.
This way we get access to the API's and code - but DART itself is nothing like Windows and we dont use the Windows code.
yes, it starts off as nas.exe but thats just the bootstrap
[nasadmin@NS40-1CS nasadmin]$ uname --version
uname (GNU sh-utils) 2.0.11
Written by David MacKenzie.
Copyright (C) 2000 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO
warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
[nasadmin@NS40-1CS nasadmin]$ uname -a
Linux NS40-1CS 2.4.20-28.5507.EMC #1 Thu Jun 14 20:23:49 EDT 2007 i686 unknown
So which Embedded RTOS used in DART ? is it based on VxWorks ? Or it is a completely EMC developed OS ?
DART is completely and totally EMC developed.
The Control Station is a GNU Linux kernel that has been appropriately modified and is called EMC Control Station Linux. It is NOT any version of Red Hat, or any other OS, either. It may contain pieces of other code, but it all complies with open-source standards.