On Mon, 10 Dec 2001, Alan Cox wrote:
> > So we can have simply two queues ( per CPU ), one that stores I/O bound (
> > counter > K for example ) and RT tasks that is walked entirely searching
> > for the better tasks, the other queue will store CPU bound tasks that are
> > executed in a FIFO policy.
> Oh as an aside btw - there are many real world workloads where we have a lot
> of non cpu hog processes running. A lot of messaging systems have high task
> switch rates but very few cpu hogs. So you still need to handle the non hogs
> carefully to avoid degenerating back into Linus scheduler.
In my experience, if you've I/O bound tasks that lead to a long run queue,
that means that you're suffering major kernel latency problems ( other than the
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