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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Nick's scheduler policy v8
Samium Gromoff wrote:

>>It seems to be better than v7 here without X being reniced,
>>however renicing X to say -10 always seems to help.
>>
>
> On my box renicing X to -10 causes xmms to skip when i switch
> to a next page full of text in xpdf.
> This is about mainline, not sure about your patch.
>
> And yes, my box is p3-500.
>
> So i generally don`t think it`s wise to renice X to -10.
>

Well I won't say it won't happen with my patch, but nice is a lot
nicer. Give it a try.

No, it wouldn't be wise to renice X to -10 if it caused it to
starve xmms. I don't think that will happen in my version, so I
think it is reasonable to renice X if you know it will have to
do more work than other tasks and yet should still be scheduled
quickly for good interactivity...




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