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    SubjectRe: [test] hackbench.c interactivity results: vanilla versus SD/RSDL

    --- Mike Galbraith <efault@gmx.de> wrote:

    > On Fri, 2007-03-30 at 19:36 -0700, Xenofon Antidides
    > wrote:
    >
    > > Something different on many cpus? Sorry I was
    > thinking
    > > something other. I try 50% run + 50% sleep on one
    > cpu
    > > and mainline has big problem. Sorry for bad code I
    > > copy bits to make it work. Start program first
    > then
    > > run bash 100% cpu (while : ; do : ; done). Try
    > change
    > > program forks from 1 till 3 or more mainline
    > kernel
    > > and bash gets 0%.

    Mainline hangs with program. SD does not have problem
    with program and is more responsible then mainline.

    > That's mainline with the below (which I'm trying
    > various ideas to improve).

    Patch makes X yuck with any load. I stick with SD.

    Xant



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