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SubjectRe: Nick's scheduler v19a
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Hi nick.
it seems that this patch changed everything, I patched against
2.6.0-test9-bk19. I didn't upgrade any software before I booted to your
patch. and I tested the 2.6.0-test9-bk22 without the patch it worked
just as all other kernels without the patch. I've had the same .config
from test3 (maybe some small changes if new drivers appeared).

I can't say that 2.6 performance is bad, it's better than 2.4, but now
this is even better.

So now I'm booted back to your patch and I like this difference in X
performance, I can't ask for more. :)

Regards,

Markus
On Fri, 2003-11-21 at 01:34, Nick Piggin wrote:
> Markus Hästbacka wrote:
>
> >Hi nick! here's some feedback.
> >This one day last week, I thougt I could test your scheduler patch.
> >I noticed something really good with it. My X had really fast startup.
> >everything worked really fast. Even games worked much better than any in
> >kernel before (I've tested all from 2.5.74).
> >
> >So I hope you'll port this patch for test10> if this one wont patch
> >clearly.
> >
>
> Hi Markus,
> Thanks for testing. That sounds quite remarkable, is it possible that
> some other change has made the difference? What kernel version did
> you patch against, and did you try that same kernel and .config without
> my patch? Anyway, I'm glad you're having good results.
>
> Yes, this one will probably apply to test10 should it ever apper. If not
> I will port it.
>
> Nick
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"Software is like sex, it's better when it's free."
Markus Hästbacka <midian at ihme.org>
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