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Linux: The Really Simple Really Fair Scheduler

Sep 07, 2007, 05:00 (0 Talkback[s])

"In an effort to fully understand the math proposed by Roman Zippel in his Really Fair Scheduler, Ingo Molnar implemented a simplified version of the logic on top of his Completely Fair Scheduler code which he then humorously labeled the Really Simple Really Fair Scheduler, 'could you please confirm whether the math algorithm you are suggesting is implemented by this patch roughly correctly?' Ingo explained:

"'As an addendum to my review, please find below a prototype patch I've just written that implements RSRFS (Really Simple Really Fair Scheduler) on top of CFS. It is intended to demonstrate the essence of the math you have presented via your patch. (it has no nice levels support yet, to make the math really apparent to everyone interested)...'"

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