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low latency kernel configuration

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can some one give me some insight information about

low latency kernel configuration in real world scenarios
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Old real world scenario was audio. Now computers are much faster.
Say computer driving step motor of steel furnace or car ABS could be modern examples.
Fast stocks trading... Network switching...
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does redhat or ubuntu have low latency kernel?
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