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7.5 Message Queue Storage

Different kernels store message queues in different locations in memory. One kernel might use a system pool, in which the messages of all queues are stored in one large shared area of memory. Another kernel might use separate memory areas, called private buffers, for each message queue.


7.4 Message Queue Content | Real-Time Concepts for Embedded Systems | 7.5.1 System Pools