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SubjectRe: static scheduling - SCHED_IDLE?
On Thu, 8 Mar 2001, Boris Dragovic wrote:

> > did "these" apply only to the tasks, that actually hold a lock?
> > if not, then i don't like this idea, as it gives the processes
> > time for the only reason, that it _might_ hold a lock. this basically
> > undermines the idea of static classes. in this case, we could actually
> > just make the "nice" scale incredibly large and possibly nonlinear,
> > as mark suggested.
>
> would it be possible to subqueue tasks that are holding a lock
> so that they get some guaranteed amount of cpu and just leave
> other to be executed when processor really idle?

Of course. Now we just need the code to determine when a task
is holding some kernel-side lock ;)

regrads,

Rik
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