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    SubjectRe: xterm scrolling speed - scheduling weirdness in 2.6 ?!
    >>>>> "Willy" == Willy TARREAU <willy@w.ods.org> writes:
    > >> So it is like 30 times slower on 2.6. when running for the first
    > >> time... this also happens if I do e.g. find ./ and watch the
    > >> output pass by...
    >>
    >> For some processes, allowing interrupts back on (hdparm -u1) helps;
    >> for others, switching to the deadline elevator helps; neither are
    >> complete solutions.

    Willy> This is not I/O related since the problem happens even with
    Willy> simple programs such as dmesg and seq.

    Yes ... the first time you run a program it's fetched from disc and
    shows a significant slowdown. Second and subsequent times, it runs at
    normal speed. At least, that's what *I'm* seeing.

    Peter C


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