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SubjectRe: Scheduling of low-priority background processes
On Mon, 5 Nov 2001, Thomas Koeller wrote:

> So here is my question:
>
> Some operating systems I have been working with had a scheduling
> policy different from what I find in Linux.

I'm not sure what you want to ask, though I guess you're not
too happy about the fact that niced processes still get a lot
of CPU time in Linux ;)

If this was what you wanted to say, this is something I've been
planning to fix for a while and, now that my VM has been removed
from the kernel, I'll have some time for too...

cheers,

Rik
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