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SubjectRe: [RFC PATCH v3 00/16] Core scheduling v3
On Mon, Jul 22, 2019 at 6:43 PM Aaron Lu <aaron.lu@linux.alibaba.com> wrote:
>
> On 2019/7/22 18:26, Aubrey Li wrote:
> > The granularity period of util_avg seems too large to decide task priority
> > during pick_task(), at least it is in my case, cfs_prio_less() always picked
> > core max task, so pick_task() eventually picked idle, which causes this change
> > not very helpful for my case.
> >
> > <idle>-0 [057] dN.. 83.716973: __schedule: max: sysbench/2578
> > ffff889050f68600
> > <idle>-0 [057] dN.. 83.716974: __schedule:
> > (swapper/5/0;140,0,0) ?< (mysqld/2511;119,1042118143,0)
> > <idle>-0 [057] dN.. 83.716975: __schedule:
> > (sysbench/2578;119,96449836,0) ?< (mysqld/2511;119,1042118143,0)
> > <idle>-0 [057] dN.. 83.716975: cfs_prio_less: picked
> > sysbench/2578 util_avg: 20 527 -507 <======= here===
> > <idle>-0 [057] dN.. 83.716976: __schedule: pick_task cookie
> > pick swapper/5/0 ffff889050f68600
>
> Can you share your setup of the test? I would like to try it locally.

My setup is a co-location of AVX512 tasks(gemmbench) and non-AVX512 tasks
(sysbench MYSQL). Let me simply it and send offline.

Thanks,
-Aubrey

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