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SubjectRe: [PATCH]O14int
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On Mon, 2003-08-11 at 11:44, Nick Piggin wrote:

> >
> >Sigh..,
> >
> >No, it sounds to me like things are expiring faster than on default. He didn't
> >say make -j10, it was multiple -j10s. This is one where you simply cannot let
> >the scheduler keep starving the make -j10s indefinitely for X; on a server or
> >multiuser box X will simply cause unfair starvation. I'm trying to find a
> >workaround for this without rewriting whole sections of the scheduler code,
> >but I'm just not sure I should be trying to optimise for a desktop that runs
> >loads >16 per cpu. (I'll keep trying though, but if there is no workaround
> >that remains fair it wont happen)
> >
> >
>
> Yep, I did see the multiple j10s ;)
> I wasn't aware that there was longer term starvation of gccs by X. I
> thought the scheduler had always been quite good at evening up the
> total CPU time used and a change you made had recently introduced a
> latency or interactiveness problem.
>

I did not say the 'make -j10s' starved. I am saying that mouse
is laggish, as well as window/desktop switching.

Also, I am not saying Con should fix it - I am asking if we really
want one scheduler that should try to do the right thing for SMP
*and* UP.


--
Martin Schlemmer


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