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SubjectRe: [Lse-tech] Re: [PATCH] cpusets - big numa cpu and memory placement
Matthew writes:
> > CKRM aspires to be both a general purpose resource management framework
> > and the embodiment of fair share scheduling.
>
> I think your missing something here. CKRM, as I understand it, aspires
> to be a general purpose resource management framework. To that point I
> will accede. But the second part, about CKRM being the embodiment of
> fair share scheduling, is secondary.

Ok - you may well be right that CKRM does not aspire to be the embodiment
of fair share scheduling. But doesn't it embody a fair share sheduler
(and no other such policy) as a matter of current implementation fact?

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