"Day 2 of the four-day Linux symposium here was a highly
technical one. It began with Rik van Riel of kernelnewbies.org and
Red Hat and a host of other members of the CKRM kernel resource
management project explaining how it works.
"CKRM, Riel said, is all about making more efficient resource
management. When processes are competing for memory and processing
time, the CKRM kernel patch improves the efficiency and allows all
processes an equal chance at the CPU and RAM..."
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