On Mon, 2003-01-20 at 14:28, Andrew Morton wrote:
> Ingo Molnar <email@example.com> wrote:
> > the attached patch (against 2.5.59) is my current scheduler tree, it
> > includes two main areas of changes:
> > - interactivity improvements, mostly reworked bits from Andrea's tree and
> > various tunings.
> Thanks for doing this. Initial testing with one workload which is extremely
> bad with 2.5.59: huge improvement.
Initial testing on my NUMA box looks good. So far, I only have
kernbench numbers, but the system time shows a nice decrease,
and the CPU % busy time has gone up.
Elapsed User System CPU
ingoD7-59 28.944s 285.008s 79.998s 1260.8%
stock59 29.668s 283.762s 82.286s 1233%
I'll try to get more testing in over the next few days.
There was one minor build error introduced by the patch:
#define NODE_THRESHOLD 125
was removed, but the NUMA code uses this.
Michael Hohnbaum 503-578-5486 firstname.lastname@example.org T/L 775-5486
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