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    SubjectRe: 2.4 O(1) scheduler
    Well, I can't speak for Alan, Andrea or
    Red Hat, but their respective kernels
    are all likely to be kept pretty well up
    to date on the current O(1) - that's
    certainly the case AFAICT -

    Joe

    anton wilson wrote:

    >On Friday 19 July 2002 03:54 pm, J Sloan wrote:
    >
    >
    >>Use 2.4-aa, 2.4-ac or 2.4-redhat kernel
    >>and you get the O(1) secheduler at
    >>no extra cost -
    >>
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    >>Joe
    >>
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    >
    >I'm actually worried not about just the O(1) scheduler but if these patches
    >will be incorporating the O(1) bug fixes such as the serious one in
    >balance_load where curr->next was used instead of current->prev. Also, I need
    >to use a patch that won't tamper with the usb implementation because I'd have
    >to update our current usb driver to fit into the new system, and I'm getting
    >flack about wasting time trying to update that thing already . . . So if you
    >tell me no, I can go tell my boss I have to update the usb driver.
    >
    >
    >Anton
    >
    >
    >

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