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    SubjectRe: unusual scheduling performance
    On Mon, Nov 18, 2002 at 09:53:24AM -0800, Dave Hansen wrote:
    > I'm seeing the same thing. In my pagecache warmup test, I do 20 greps
    > to pull in a 10-gig fileset. Each grep works on 1/20th of the files.
    [...]
    > So, schedule() is being called a _lot_ more. But, for some reason,
    > the slower one wasn't caught doing __copy_to_user() as much.
    > Bill, does this look like what you're seeing?

    No, I'm seeing strange load balancing behavior. But you seem to have
    tripped over a somewhat more severe anomaly.


    Bill
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