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    SubjectRe: Stolen and degraded time and schedulers
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    On Wed, 2007-03-14 at 12:44 -0700, Jeremy Fitzhardinge wrote:
    > Daniel Walker wrote:
    > > sched_clock is used to bank real time against some specific states
    > > inside the scheduler, and no it doesn't _just_ measure a processes
    > > executing time.
    > >
    >
    > Could you point these places out? All uses of sched_clock() that I
    > could see in kernel/sched.c seemed to be related to working out how
    > long
    > something spent executing, either in the scheduler proper, or
    > benchmarking cache characteristics.

    For interactive tasks (basic scheduling) the execution time, and sleep
    time need to be measured. It's also used for some posix cpu timers
    (sched_ns) , and it used for migration thread initialization. I'm sure
    it's used for a variety of out-of-tree random timing as well..

    Daniel

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