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SubjectRe: scheduler interactivity: timeslice calculation seem wrong
Quoting Eric St-Laurent <ericstl34@sympatico.ca>:

> i've read that tasks should start at higher dynamic priority with a
> small timeslice (a priority boost for a starting task) then immediatly
> drop to a lower priority if it use all it's timeslice.

There's a scheduler implementation dating pre 1970 that does this and I am led
to believe someone is working on an implementation for perhaps 2.7

>
> > implemented theory. Changing it up and down by dynamic priority one way and
>
> > then the other wasn't helpful when I've tried it previously.
>
> maybe it's because the timeslice calculation is reversed?

In my email I said I tried it both ways.

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