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    SubjectRE: linux kernel scheduler
    > Is there any document or book where I can 
    > find this kind of information ?

    I recently purchased "Linux Kernel Development" by Robert Love. I
    haven't finished it yet, but so far I would give it great reviews.
    It has a very simple style and is easy to understand. The book solely
    covers the 2.6 kernel and explains where it differentiates from the
    earlier kernels. Chapter 3 is dedicated to Scheduling and will
    give you all the information you need as far as how the 2.6 kernel
    does scheduling. For the 2.4 kernel there is plenty of documentation
    available on that already.
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