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    SubjectRe: [patch] "HT scheduler", sched-2.5.63-B3
    >> yes, an ELF flag might work, or my suggestion to allow applications to
    >> increase their priority (up until a certain degree).
    >
    > An ELF flag might be better, as it's declarative -- it allows the kernel
    > to implement 'interactivity' in various ways, so we can keep tweeking it.
    > Priority might prove to be a bit different than interactivity, so we
    > better not overload the two just yet.

    Difficult to see how this would work. For instance, is bash interactive
    or a batch job?

    M.

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