> complex. It's the one that is aware of the global scheduling picture. For
> NUMA i'd suggest two asynchronous frequencies: one intra-node frequency,
> and an inter-node frequency - configured by the architecture and roughly
> in the same proportion to each other as cachemiss latencies.
That's exactly what's in the latest set of patches - admittedly it's a
multiplier of when we run load_balance, not the tick multiplier, but
that's very easy to fix. Can you check out the stuff I posted last night?
I think it's somewhat cleaner ...
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