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    SubjectRe: [BENCHMARK] scheduler tunables with contest - exit_weight
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    On 21 December 2002 19:18, Con Kolivas wrote:
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    > osdl hardware, contest results, 2.5.52-mm2 with scheduler tunable -
    > exit weight (ew1= exit weight ==1 and so on)
    >
    > io_load:
    > Kernel [runs] Time CPU% Loads LCPU% Ratio
    > ew0 [5] 105.3 90 16 22 2.91
    > ew1 [5] 86.4 97 12 18 2.39
    > ew2 [5] 74.9 109 9 18 2.07
    > ew3 [5] 84.2 100 11 19 2.33
    > ew4 [5] 83.8 102 10 18 2.31
    > ew5 [5] 89.9 93 12 20 2.48
    > ew6 [5] 97.5 88 13 20 2.69
    > ew7 [5] 89.2 95 12 20 2.46

    In spite of worrying reports of decreasing single task performance,
    does it make sense to add "null_load" test? ;)
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    vda
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