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SubjectRE: Kernel 2.5.6 Interactive performance
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How would you implement these thing?  I'm not on the same technical level
that you guys are, and when/if things are out of context, I don't follow.
Can you help?

Charles Heselton
Network Installer
Staffing Alternatives, Inc.
619.261.6866
charles_heselton@hotmail.com <mailto:charles_heselton@hotmail.com>




-----Original Message-----
From: linux-kernel-owner@vger.kernel.org
[mailto:linux-kernel-owner@vger.kernel.org]On Behalf Of Dieter Nützel
Sent: Saturday, March 09, 2002 1156
To: Dan Mann
Cc: Linux Kernel List
Subject: Re: Kernel 2.5.6 Interactive performance

On Saturday, 9. März 2002 18:55:00, Dan Mann wrote:
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>Machine now feels more responsive than windows 2000 pro machine at work.
>
> Great work guys.

It's due to preemption and Ingo's great O(1)-scheduler.
BIO should help, too but throughput isn't were it should be...;-)

You can get this when you apply preemption+lock-break, O(1) and Andrew
Morten's low-latency to 2.4.18, too.

-aa (vm_29) deliver additional throughput.
If you are running under KDE you should try 3.0 beta2 or -rc2 (!!!)
It flies then.

Regards,
Dieter
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Dieter Nützel
Graduate Student, Computer Science

University of Hamburg
Department of Computer Science
@home: Dieter.Nuetzel@hamburg.de

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