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SubjectRe: [Announce] [patch] Modular Scheduler Core and Completely Fair Scheduler [CFS]
On Sat, 14 Apr 2007, William Lee Irwin III wrote:

> The two basic attacks on such large priority spaces are the near future
> vs. far future subdivisions and subdividing the priority space into
> (most often regular) intervals. Subdividing the priority space into
> intervals is the most obvious; you simply use some O(lg(n)) priority
> queue as the bucket discipline in the "time ring," queue by the upper
> bits of the queue priority in the time ring, and by the lower bits in
> the O(lg(n)) bucket discipline.

Sure. If you really need sub-millisecond precision, you can replace the
bucket's list_head with an rb_root. It may be not necessary though for a
cpu scheduler (still, didn't read Ingo's code yet).


- Davide


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