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A hybrid kernel has characteristics of both microkernels and monolithic kernels. Inter-Process Communication (IPC), thread management, filesystems, and drivers reside in the kernel space. Some system processes run in the user space such as OS/2 support (os2ss.exe) and POSIX+Unix subsystem (psxss.exe).
Some examples of hybrid kernel operating systems include Windows NT, Dragonfly BSD, Haiku, AmigaOS, Inferno, and eComStation.
- Anykernel - https://dcjtech.info/topic/anykernel-another-kernel-structure/
- Exokernel - https://dcjtech.info/topic/about-exokernels/
- Hybrid Kernels - https://dcjtech.info/topic/quick-explanation-of-hybrid-kernel/
- Microkernels – https://dcjtech.info/topic/about-microkernels/
- Minix Kernel (Essay) - https://dcjtech.info/topic/the-minix-kernel-essay/
- Monolithic Kernels – https://dcjtech.info/topic/a-brief-explanation-of-monolithic-kernels/
- Unikernels - https://dcjtech.info/topic/unikernels-lightweight-kernel-design/
- Very Specialized Kernels - https://dcjtech.info/topic/very-specialized-kernels/
- OS Concepts Reading Guide - https://dcjtech.info/topic/general-operating-system-concepts/