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SubjectRe: Overscheduling DOES happen with high web server load.
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From: torvalds@transmeta.com (Linus Torvalds)
: >Last time I brought up wake-on accept(), Alan said it is a hard problem.
: >Maybe wake-one fcntl() is easier.
:
: No, wake-on-accept is the _much_ easier one, please don't use fcntl
: locking.

When we did this at SGI, the wakeup1-on-accept as well as wakeup1-on-data
was pretty straightforward. The following people could probably shed more
light on this than I could:

stevea@shastanets.com - Steve Alexander
fisher@sgi.com - Bill Fisher
nn@epigram.com - Neal Nuckolls

I think they all worked on this. Start with Steve.

--lm

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