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SubjectRe: Problem with the O(1) scheduler in 2.4.19

On Tue, 3 Sep 2002, Tobias Ringstrom wrote:

> > (allowing -10 might be too much of a stretch.)
>
> Why? If it's using more than 50% CPU, the prio will be the same as a
> zero-niced interactive process.

well, perhaps -10 could also be allowed.

does -10 make it equivalent to the 2.4 behavior? Could you somehow measure
the priority where it's still acceptable? Ie. -8 or -9?

> The minimum user nice value might be a good candidate for a new
> rlimit...

yes.

Ingo

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