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SubjectRe: [Lse-tech] [PATCH] cpusets - big numa cpu and memory placement
Erich Focht wrote:
> On Sunday 08 August 2004 16:50, Martin J. Bligh wrote:
>
>>I don't think CKRM is anything like as far away from being ready as
>>you seem to be implying - we're talking about a month or two, I
>>think.
>
>
> Shailab's email shows that we're talking about several months. He also
> agreed with pushing cpusets towards the -mm tree.

CKRM with its current interfaces is ready for a spin in the -mm tree
today. But if we go with the split controllers idea, we'll be delayed
by two or three months (the changes to the codebase are not very large
since we internally do have quite a bit of separation between the
controllers...its mostly an interface issue).

I would estimate that the following will be available in two-three months:
CKRM framework with per-controller modifications suggested
1 version each of the controllers
classification engines


Please note that acceptance of CKRM the framework is not tied into
acceptance of any particular CKRM controller or the classification
engines (that was one of our objectives !). So its quite possible that
only the framework and the least intrusive controllers will be found
acceptable for -mm inclusion initially and we are asked to keep
iterating on the others based on suggestions.

-- Shailabh
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