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SubjectRe: [SCHED] wrong priority calc - SIMPLE test case
At 02:52 PM 12/30/2005 +0100, Paolo Ornati wrote:
>WAS: [SCHED] Totally WRONG prority calculation with specific test-case
>(since 2.6.10-bk12)
>On Wed, 28 Dec 2005 10:26:58 +1100
>Con Kolivas <> wrote:
> > The issue is that the scheduler interactivity estimator is a state
> machine and
> > can be fooled to some degree, and a cpu intensive task that just
> happens to
> > sleep a little bit gets significantly better priority than one that is
> fully
> > cpu bound all the time. Reverting that change is not a solution because it
> > can still be fooled by the same process sleeping lots for a few seconds
> or so
> > at startup and then changing to the cpu mostly-sleeping slightly
> behaviour.
> > This "fluctuating" behaviour is in my opinion worse which is why I removed
> > it.
>Trying to find a "as simple as possible" test case for this problem
>(that I consider a BUG in priority calculation) I've come up with this
>very simple program:
>------ sched_fooler.c -------------------------------

Ingo seems to have done something in 2.6.15-rc7-rt1 which defeats your
little proggy. Taking a quick peek at the rt scheduler changes, nothing
poked me in the eye, but by golly, I can't get this kernel to act up,
whereas 2.6.14-virgin does.

-Mike (off to stare harder rt patch)

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