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    SubjectRe: low priority soft RT?
    Hi,

    On Sat, 24 Jul 1999 14:15:39 +0200 (CEST), Rik van Riel
    <riel@nl.linux.org> said:

    > Promotion to a higher scheduling class shouldn't be too
    > difficult.

    Sure, but when, exactly, will you do this? The condition I saw in your
    latest SCHED_IDLE patches are insufficient for the long term. Testing
    the lock_depth is not good enough: there are large parts of the VFS
    which now run without the kernel spinlock, but which can still hold or
    block on other resources (eg. page locks).

    --Stephen

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