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SubjectRe: SCHED_YIELD again
Artur Skawina writes:
> this assumes the SCHED_YIELD flag will prevent the current task from
> being selected if there's anything else to run. Other than being
> "wrong" from a modular pov, it's also wrong because that's not what
> SCHED_YIELD actually does. Not even in the stock scheduler... (this
> btw means that Richards sched_yield() change is wrong -- normal
> threads will _not_ be selected even if a RT task has SCHED_YIELD
> set)

Hm. Looking at the current scheduler code, I see you're right.

Damn, it's changed a lot since I last played with it! It's even more
of a mess :-(



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