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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Nick's scheduler policy v12
On Sat, 2003-09-06 at 05:36, Martin J. Bligh wrote:

> > Well it would be nice if someone could find out how to do it, but I
> > think that if we want X to be able to get 80% CPU when 2 other CPU hogs
> > are running, you have to renice it.
> OK. So you renice it ... then your two cpu jobs exit, and you kick off
> xmms. Every time you waggle a window, X will steal the cpu back from
> xmms, and it'll stall, surely? That's what seemed to happen before.
> I don't see how you can fix anything by doing static priority alterations
> (eg nice), because the workload changes.

Not here with version 10 of Nick's patch, and X reniced to -10.
I have not had chance to test v12, but will do tonight when I
get home.


Martin Schlemmer

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