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SubjectRe: [CFT][RFC] HT scheduler
On Thu, 11 Dec 2003 18:24:20 +1100 Nick Piggin wrote:
>> The "average" plot for w26 I think is a little misleading because
>> it got an unlucky result on the second last point making it look
>> like its has a downward curve. It is usually more linear with a
>> sharp downward spike at 150 rooms like the "maximum" plot.
>> Don't ask me why it runs out of steam at 150 rooms. hackbench does
>> something similar. I think it might be due to some resource running
>> short, or a scalability problem somewhere else.

On Thu, Dec 11, 2003 at 06:01:20AM -0400, Rhino wrote:
> i didn't had the time to apply the patches (w26 and C1 from ingo )
> on a vanilla t11, but i merged them with the wli-2,btw this one has
> really put my box on steroids ;) .
> none of them finished a hackbench 320 run, the OOM killed all of my
> agetty's logging me out. the box is a 1way p4(HT) 1gb of ram
> and no swap heh.

It might help to check how many processes and/or threads are involved.
I've got process scalability stuff in there (I'm not sure how to read
your comments though they seem encouraging).


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