Here comes the second part of the node affine NUMA scheduler.
> The patch comes in two parts. The first part is the core NUMA scheduler,
> it is functional without the second part and provides following features:
> - Node aware scheduler (implemented CPU pools).
> - Scheduler behaves like O(1) scheduler within a node.
> - Equal load among nodes is targeted, stealing tasks from remote nodes
> is delayed more if the current node is averagely loaded, less if it's
> - Multi-level node hierarchies are supported by stealing delays adjusted
> by the relative "node-distance" (memory access latency ratio).
> The second part of the patch extends the pooling NUMA scheduler to
> have node affine tasks:
> - Each process has a homenode assigned to it at creation time
> (initial load balancing). Memory will be allocated from this node.
> - Each process is preferentially scheduled on its homenode and
> attracted back to it if scheduled away for some reason. For
> multi-level node hierarchies the task is attracted to its
> supernode, too.
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