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SubjectRe: Is it bad to have lots of sleeping tasks?
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> > scheduler with 100 lines of patch, and that fitted in the existing Linux
> > runqueue framework). What's the resistence to scheduler changes?
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> Expect Larry to jump on you.

If you can implement an O(1) scheduler that is faster than Linus scheduler
for the normal case and for scalable cases I expect Larry would probably
jump up and down happily instead.

The current scheduler does make some very bad decisions
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