Kernel Scheduled Entities

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Kernel Scheduled Entities, or KSE, is a kernel-supported threading system found in FreeBSD, which allows a single process to have multiple kernel-level threads.

KSEs were mandatory at introduction; made optional at kernel build time in the 7.0 release and removed from the 8.0 release with a compatibility library.

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