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Os Migration from Os Gen6 to Os Gen7

Last updated: 2018-06-12

The MICROSAR Os core architecture was shifted from version Gen6 to Gen7 with the intention to improve performance and maintainability. This was achieved by designing the configuration as platform-independent as possible. Therefore, when updating the operating system from version Gen6 to Gen7 some re-work of the configuration will be necessary. This document describes the general approach to replace a Gen6 MICROSAR operating system by a Gen7 version of the same operating system. Only the configuration handling of the Os is discussed.

 
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2018-06-12
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