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    SubjectRe: [PATCH] Stairacse scheduler v6.E for 2.6.7-rc3
    Con,

    I would like to try this against a 2.6.7 now that it
    is out. I am assuming the 267-rc3 patch will not go
    nicely against a 2,6.7, so is there any way to update
    this patch set?

    Thanks!
    Phy

    --- Con Kolivas <kernel@kolivas.org> wrote:
    > Here is an updated version of the staircase
    > scheduler. I've been trying to hold
    > off for 2.6.7 final but this has not been announced
    > yet. Here is a brief update
    > summary.
    >
    >
    http://ck.kolivas.org/patches/2.6/2.6.7-rc3/patch-2.6.7-rc3-s6.E
    >
    >
    > Changes:
    >
    > A lot more code from the original scheduler not
    > required by staircase has been
    > removed (610 deletions, 223 additions).
    >
    > The "compute" mode now also includes cache trash
    > minimisation by introducing
    > delayed preemption. A task of higher priority will
    > force a reschedule after a
    > task has run a minimum of cache_decay_ticks. This
    > increases the latency
    > slightly but optimises cpu cache utilisation.
    >
    > The yield() implementation was fixed to ensure it
    > yielded to all other tasks.
    >
    > Tiny cleanups elsewhere.
    >
    >
    > Stability of this version has been confirmed in a
    > number of different settings
    > for days.
    >
    > Testing, comments welcome.
    > Con
    >
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