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SubjectRe: [Linux-ia64] Re: web page on O(1) scheduler
On Wed, May 21, 2003 at 03:12:12PM +0200, Arjan van de Ven wrote:
> if you had spent the time you spent on this colorful graphic on reading
> SUS or Posix about what sched_yield() means, you would actually have
> learned something. sched_yield() means "I'm the least important thing in
> the system".

Susv2:

DESCRIPTION

The sched_yield() function forces the running thread to relinquish
the processor until it again becomes the head of its thread list. It
takes no arguments.


Aka "I skip the rest of my turn, try the others again once", not "I'm
unimportant" nor "please rerun me immediatly".

What is it with you people wanting to make sched_yield() unusable for
anything that makes sense?

OG.

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