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Scheduler Merges for 2.6.25

Jan 28, 2008, 22:00 (0 Talkback[s])

"Ingo Molnar posted a merge request for the latest git scheduler tree summarizing, 'it contains various enhancements to the scheduler--find the full shortlog is below. 96 commits from 19 authors--scheduler developers have been busy again. :-/' He added, 'the scheduling behavior of the kernel to normal users should not change over v2.6.24, but there are a good number of new features and enhancements under the hood.' Ingo went on to list a number of these new features, including:

"'Various instrumentation and debugging enhancements from Arjan van de Ven; Peter Zijlstra's RT time limit and RT throttling code for the RT scheduling class...'"

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