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SubjectRe: [ANNOUNCE] RSDL completely fair starvation free interactive cpu scheduler
On Sunday 04 March 2007 18:00, Con Kolivas wrote:
> This message is to announce the first general public release of the
> "Rotating Staircase DeadLine" cpu scheduler.

> A full rollup of the patch for 2.6.20:

This patch has been queued at (thanks Andy Whitcroft).

Here is a summary of the first few benchmarks from those tests rsdl 0.26 vs
mainline 2.6.20 (However much it is that you value these particular
benchmarks...) on amd64 4x:

Kernbench (lower elapsed is better);
Elapsed: 103.058s User: 351.974s System: 36.474s CPU: 376.6%
Elapsed: 102.848s User: 359.186s System: 36.666s CPU: 384.6%

tbench (higher is better):
Throughput 165.5 MB/sec 1 procs
Throughput 261.418 MB/sec 1 procs

reaim (higher is better):
Max Jobs per Minute 500727.27
Max Jobs per Minute 612000.00

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